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Networking online, through social media channels, email, and LinkedIn, is something everyone I know does pretty well. After all, you can take all the time you like to compose your pitches and online networking comes without the stress and anxiety that often accompanies face-to-face interaction. But by no means should online networking be the only kind you do! There are certain things that can only get done when meeting and pitching someone in person.
In this episode of the Digital Cafe, I offer my best 6 tips for pitching at events and conferences. For even more in-depth tips, you should read this post on AT&T’s Networking Exchange about Human Networking. Read more »
At the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show, the world’s largest technology conference, Digital Lifestyle Expert™ Mario Armstrong takes a look at the hottest technologies at the show. Plus, CES is a conference jam packed with celebrities who are getting involved in the tech game. You’ll see special appearances and exclusive interviews where Mario talks to stars including 50 Cent, Snooki, Marc Ecko, Drew Brees, and Tyson Beckford. In this special edition podcast, Mario goes into some of the biggest booths at the show, including Intel and Lowes, and shows off the technologies that will be coming out later this year! Read more »
Whether you’re in need of a last minute gift or some fun items to stuff in those stockings, Staples has got all your tech gift needs covered. Read more »
In a special guest appearance on Dan Rodrick’s show on WYPR in Baltimore, tech host Mario Armstrong takes calls and answers questions about which tech makes the right gift this holiday season. Read more »
This week on the Staples Holiday Podcast I’m taking a look at laptops and tablets and helping you how to figure out which will make the best gift for your family this holiday season. And remember—every week as part of Staple’s Tech Tip Tuesdays, we’re giving away a great tablet, laptop, or other piece of tech to help you out this holiday season! Read more »
On NPR News with host Michel Martin, Mario Armstrong discusses the new iPad mini or, as he likes to call it, the “Mini-Me”. They discuss pricing, features, and whether or not Apple’s newest iPad is priced competitively. Plus, a discussion of the new Microsoft Surface, a brand new tablet from the software giant that’s been making waves. Read more »
Edith is a founding partner at RightVentures focusing on mobile and consumer internet companies. She is the head of Marketing for Dolphin Browser, a Sequioa-backed mobile browser with over 12 million installs on Android/iOS. Edith also founded BizTechDay and SFentrepreneur. Prior, Edith worked with companies including AT&T Wireless, Oracle, Siebel, Autodesk, Telstra, etc. She frequently speaks on mobile, women and international entrepreneurship.
iYogi is a 3rd party tech support channel with more than 5,000 engineers all across America and they’re hiring a thousand more! Want to learn more about iYogi? Check out this episode of my show!
Should you be in control of the web? Can you be totally anonymous on the internet? This past weekend, I talked to David Gorodyansky of AnchorFree. We talked security, safety, social media, and AnchorFree’s new product—Hotspot Shield.
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