May 12th: Women Who Tech TeleSummit
ROSE Blog: Rikki's Open Source Exchange
Feminine Mystique - 11AM EDT
Women and Open Source - 11AM EDT
Breaking Through the Digital Ceiling - 12PM EDT
Tech Marketing in a Recession - 12PM EDT
Social Networks and Diversity Barriers - 1PM EDT
Tools Galore in Online Communications -1PM EDT
Innovation and Tech Career Reinvention - 3PM EDT
Launching Your Own Startup - 3PM EDT
What Shirky Didn't Tell Us - 4PM EDT
Video Activism - 4PM EDT
Transparency and Government 2.0 - 5PM EDT
Social Media ROI - 5PM EDT
Check out the 2008 TeleSummit podcasts: http://www.womenwhotech.com/podcasts
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