Just in time for Father’s Day, Huggies and Ogilvy & Mather Argentina give future fathers a chance to experience one of the best moments of pregnancy, a baby’s kick. The men are outfitted with a “pregnancy belt” that simulates real-time movements from "mom’s belly to dad’s belly".
Actions speak louder than words… Happy Father’s Day to yours and your loved ones.
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Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter-musician Alicia Keys is a woman we all know, but certainly not the first woman at the top of the mentors list when it comes to STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). So we were impressed to hear that the R&B songstress is lending the power of her moving voice to inspire young women not in matters of the heart for a change, but in ... [Read More]
Dr. Angela Belcher, a materials chemist and one of the world’s leading scientists in nanotechnology, was announced today as the recipient of the "Oscar For Inventors", the 2013 $500,000 Lemelson-MIT Prize. Recognized for her inventions in biological engineering, this brain-crush ... [Read More]
Although 19 year old Mary Phelps Jacob fashioned herself the very first modern brassiere way back in 1913, we reported last year that 85% of women today are wearing the wrong bra size. In an attempt to put an end to this century old quagmire, Jockey, a brand with a long history of innovation, has introduced its new Jockey® Bra, featuring a patented, volumetric measuring ... [Read More]
The Memorial Day holiday has come and gone, and while some of us may have been donning jackets and sweaters this weekend, summer’s here and that means more barbeques, days at the pool, picnics and outdoor activities to come. Although it doesn’t usually take much to enjoy these fun pastimes, technology has brought us some cool innovations that will be heating up the summer. ... [Read More]
By Anne Gordon, Founder, Kinderloop - I am not your typical hackathon attendee. I am a woman, over 30, with kids, and only a few months ago, I was a criminal lawyer. Yes, I felt a bit out of place at a two-day festival of booze, computers, and testosterone. But I knew that as a non-technical startup founder, a win at a hackathon would give my nascent kid-tech company some credibility. I knew I’d need 1) ... [Read More]
Earth Day was created back in the 1970’s to organize a nationwide demonstration so large it would get the attention of politicians and force issues of the environment into the nation’s dialogue. Today, more than one billion people around the world will take part in the 43rd anniversary of Earth Day to voice their concerns for the planet, and take action to protect it. ... [Read More]
From Pepperidge Farm to Liquid Paper to Flickr, smart women have been behind many of the great businesses of the last century. The National Women’s History Museum, the foremost authority on women’s history in the U.S., and Microsoft recently launched the online exhibit: ... [Read More]