Web series "Anyone But Me" is launching its first-ever Web-a-Thon Tuesday to crowdsource funding for its third season. The event is the first of its kind in the world of online TV, and will need to raise $120,000 in just three days to bring the show back.
We've heard the stats before — only a quarter of those involved in computer and mathematical occupations are women. And yet, in the ever-evolving world of Web 2.0, women have often been pioneers, redefining the way we interact online. We tracked down the most influential of these. Our list wasn't chosen by star power, nor by career altitude. Rather, we feature the biggest innovators.
In spite of the unrelenting rain (and the fact that it was post lunch), Mediabistro Circus’s video seminar featuring Jim Louderback, CEO, Revision3; Robert Scoble, Managing Director, FastCompany.TV; and Dina Kaplan, Co-founder and COO of Blip.TV, had us all squished in like sardines — testimony to the high level of interest online video has elicited in recent months.