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Siasto Attempts the Improbable: Making Enterprise Software Beautiful

Study: Want More Female Leadership? Use Consensus, Not Majority Rule

techcrunch.com
As startups, mega-corporations, and governments strain to promote women leaders in technology, new evidence suggests that the relative timidity of women may simply be a function of voting procedure. When men outnumber women, groups who strive towards consensus decisions, rather than majority rule, see greater female participation. “Unanimous rule protects...
Study: Want More Female Leadership? Use Consensus, Not Majority Rule

Apple’s Working on a New Social Location App Called iGroups

thenextweb.com
Location is heating up and Apple wants in on the action.Another gem from the United States Patent and Trademark Office has been uncovered by the team at Patently Apple. This time it appears Apple is working on a social networking app called iGroups.The app is likely to tie in with...
Apple’s Working on a New Social Location App Called iGroups

First Look at SnapGroups: A Delightful Tool For Lightweight Discussion

www.readwriteweb.com
Mark Fletcher builds software, that's just what he does. He may have sold the system that became Yahoo Groups for $400 million, and then made millions selling Bloglines to Ask.com as well, but that doesn't mean he's going to stop making software. And it's not just any software he makes,...
First Look at SnapGroups: A Delightful Tool For Lightweight Discussion
Web Discussions: Flat by Design
Social: And the Winner of the Next Social Networking Jackpot Is…
Occupy Democracy: Loomio attempts to re-invent group decision-making... as a co-op
Google Babel: an ambitious messaging platform rumored ahead of I/O event

Hang with the Ars Editors for a Friday Fireside Chat!

arstechnica.com
The tablet scene has changed wildly in the past two weeks. Microsoft and Google have each announced their own "in house" designs (Microsoft Surface and Nexus 7, respectively), taking the reins from OEMs (to varying degrees) in order to combat the dominance of the iPad. And to make matters even crazier, the...
Hang with the Ars Editors for a Friday Fireside Chat!

New Edutech Startup ThinkBinder Wants to Make Studying Suck Less

www.betabeat.com
There are tons of educational tools out there that seek to fix some fundamental flaws in the American school system, but Greg Golkin thinks his startup has streamlined a lot of these tools into one easy-to-use place. It's called ThinkBinder, and it beta launched recently as a way to...
New Edutech Startup ThinkBinder Wants to Make Studying Suck Less
Yahoo's IntoNow TV companion app adds soundtrack identification, improved social features
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