Technology magazines ignore women and women's magazines ignore technology. Popgadget is a lifestyle magazine that embraces technology as a regular and essential part of women's lives. We cover topics traditionally seen in women's magazines, such as health and fitness, beauty and fashion, home, family, and entertainment, but with a unique focus on the products and people that bring exciting innovations to those aspects of our lives. But if you're looking for a bikini-clad model straddling a Power Mac G5, you won't see it here.
Bringing together the style of dailycandy.com and the sensibility of Wired magazine, popgadget.net provides short reviews of new technology from around the world as well as news bits on health, culture and "general neophilia"...technology with a twist is popgadget.net's forte.
(Los Angeles Times)
founder, editor-in-chief, firstname.lastname@example.org
Corporate technology consultant with previous stints as new media director for a global entertainment company and as an analyst/programmer in the public health field. Two time graduate of NYU, in Film and Interactive Telecommunications.
: a sound-activated microcam/high-powered taser that is attached to all car horns which will monitor, and if necessary, severely punish, gratuitous honkers.
Legal advisor to technology companies, real estate developers, retail and hotel chains, product distributors, and other businesses in commercial transactions, financial restructuring, and business disputes.
: a tiny telescoping periscope for my car so I can see beyond all those SUVs in front of me when I'm sitting in traffic.
creative director, email@example.com
Designer and art director with recent projects in the arts, museum and cultural sectors. Former webzine founder and editor (eatsquid.net). Editor-in-chief of babygadget.net. Education includes the Cooper Union School of Art, BA in Music from the Evergreen St. College, and a Masters in Interactive Telecommunications at NYU.
: a stroller that climbs NYC subway stairs and brownstone stoops and a device that maps out all available parking spots in the vicinity of my apartment.
west coast editor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Editor, Pop culture at RadarOnline.com from 2008 to 2010, led the content programming and established the voice for the section. Hired and edited a team of writers. Established strategic alliances for the site. Prior to Radar, was Director, Special Programming at AOL. Before creating and running a programming team, worked as a talent producer at Microsoft, ran a music management company, worked as a segment producer for various TV talk shows and managed rock n' roll bands.
: Back-up 4.0 for brain.
uk editor, email@example.com
Writer based in London specializing in technology, digital media and popular culture. Also advises brands on their online communications strategy. Previously worked in consumer tech PR and as a copywriter. Studied an MA in Communications and a BA in English Language and Literature.
: A "Back to the Future" style hover board.