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The Season’s Greetings from wowElle

The Season’s Greetings from wowElle

As far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light in the darkness of mere being. -  Carl Jung

Infographic : The rise of women in tech, social media and gaming

Infographic : The rise of women in tech, social media and gaming

Truly, in historically male-dominated domains, women are rising to the challenge.

Rebecca Van Dyck and Facebook’s new ad The Things that Connect Us

Rebecca Van Dyck and Facebook’s new ad The Things that Connect Us

Her ” All Asses are not created Equal” for Levi’s Curve ID line and the subsequent Go Forth campaign have all been globally appreciated for turning the spotlight and amping revenues for the respective brands. In May, 2011, Advertising Age had included Van Dyck on its “Women to Watch” list, and this year Fast Company honored her with their “100 Most Creative People in Business 2012″.

Sheryl Sandberg becomes the first Woman on Facebook’s Board of Directors

Sheryl Sandberg becomes the first Woman on Facebook’s Board of Directors

“Facebook is working every day to make the world more open and connected,” Sandberg said. “It’s a mission that I’m deeply passionate about, and I feel fortunate to be part of a company that is having such a profound impact in the world.”

WIGS, the new digital channel featuring original short films all starring female leads

WIGS, the new digital channel featuring original short films all starring female leads

The first trailers for the channel and series are available now at their official Youtube Channel or at their website and accessible worldwide in English and Spanish. WIGS will also feature documentaries, behind-the-scenes videos, and cutting-edge unscripted content, all starring female leads.

Google Doodle on Labor day salutes the Working Woman

Google Doodle on Labor day salutes the Working Woman

The Google Doodle for2012 labor day depicts a Woman Worker lifing up the metal struts of a framework that has the Google Logo, with her Tool box right by her side.

Women wear skimpy clothing to gain at their career. But does it work?

Women wear skimpy clothing to gain at their career. But does it work?

According to the study which was conducted by TheRagTrader, more than 27 percent women admitted they would happily wear a slightly risky outfit to work in an attempt to get a bonus or promotion.

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