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Anne and Tom – My part in their breakup*

On Oct 28, 2020
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RT @LizLum: Founder stories are only useful if you hear about the difficult stuff as well as the successes. We need to tell these stories & we need to listen to these stories. We, as women, need to own our own narratives. That's why (I think) Anne is doing this now https://t.co/a7Q5XmLTYv https://t.co/2n61ZIKAeq
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I am sure you can guess why I am re-telling this rather mundane story about the founders of Monzo and Starling over five years later. This weekend our little – at times – insular world of FinTech ended up in the pages of a national newspaper, with the serialization of Anne Boden’s memoir ...

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On Oct 28, 2020
@matwg shared
RT @LizLum: Founder stories are only useful if you hear about the difficult stuff as well as the successes. We need to tell these stories & we need to listen to these stories. We, as women, need to own our own narratives. That's why (I think) Anne is doing this now https://t.co/a7Q5XmLTYv https://t.co/2n61ZIKAeq
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Anne and Tom – My part in their breakup*

Anne and Tom – My part in their breakup*

I am sure you can guess why I am re-telling this rather mundane story about the founders of Monzo and Starling over five years later. This weekend our little – at times – insular world of ...

Robin Gibb

Robin Gibb

Robin Hugh Gibb CBE (22 December 1949 – 20 May 2012) was a British singer, songwriter and record producer, who gained worldwide fame as a member of the pop group the Bee Gees with older ...

Monzo wanted to conquer America, then along came coronavirus

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I don't have diabetes, but I wore an implant that measures the sugar in my blood to see if I could hack my performance. I'd put it back on again if I could.

I don't have diabetes, but I wore an implant that measures the sugar in my blood to see if I could hack my performance. I'd put it back on again if I could.

I wore a tool beloved by Silicon Valley biohackers, in the hope that it would help me learn new things about the way my body works.

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8 Trailblazing Women in Philly’s Health-Care Revolution

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For 24 Hours Onstage, Alia Shawkat Felt Great to Feel ‘Shameless’

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My Cookbook Crushes

My Cookbook Crushes

From 2006: “Just before I moved to New York, two historic events had occurred: the birth-control pill was invented and the first Julia Child cookbook was published.”