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Ada Lovelace was a BOSS and I don’t think she gets as much credit as she should. This “Enchantress of Numbers” published her own notes on the analytical engine and helped inspire the first modern day computer. Does Alan Touring ring a bell?

But you already knew that, you read last year’s post.

This year, I’m doing things a little differently…

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Happy Blogaversary to Me!

by Keisha on October 2, 2014

Hey There,

Yesterday was my Blogaversary! Did you get a chance to read the Ask CGGD topic?

I am so excited to have the opportunity to write about technology, lifestyle and all the geekery that comes along for the last three years.

Having this blog has opened up so many doors. I’ve traveled across the country in the name of tech, I’ve created new friendships, and connected with people all over the world that I’ve never had the opportunity to do without this avenue.

So I’m doing something different this year…

Instead of a giveaway on the actual day or even the week, I’ll be celebrating all month!

I’ll be bringing original content twice a week on topics that I really think you’ll love and launching something BRAND NEW(caps means it’s real) in November!

Speaking of you, I love this space and it’s not just about me. My voice speaks for various communities and populations. I’d like to think that I write about topics that I would hope you would be interested in as well.

Whether I’m writing about Baltimore tech culture or geeky Dr. Who things, I want to make sure I don’t leave you hanging. I’ll definitely keep the hot topic/news articles in the mix but I definitely want to bring some long form/storytelling perspective posts to City Girl Goes Digital.

I also know that it is important to give and receive feedback. I’ve been writing on the web for a long time and not a word goes by without another person’s eyes on it(S/O to the editors of the world…you’re the real MVP). Because of this, I’ve attached the survey to this post and would love if you could fill it out. I’ll have it open and ongoing all month.

Thank you for the love, e-mails, e-hugs and tweets. I can’t want to bring you the best content ever!




Ask CGGD: Should I ditch my cable?

October 1, 2014

Everyone knows that I am huge supporter of the cord-cutter movement. I barely watch television anymore (unless I’m a season behind or its network TV). I should be the face of the cordless movement. BUT, I know that sometimes its hard. I’ll cover all the reasons why you should or shouldn’t ditch your cable and some […]

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Digital Girl’s Guide to Moving: The Hunt

September 29, 2014

Confession: Up until about 5 years ago, I moved every year. My friends joked that I couldn’t stay in one place and they were tired of lugging my stuff around Baltimore. In my defense, each move happened for one reason or another but each time I’d use the same process. 1. Pick an area 2. Determine wants […]

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5 Things You NEED For Back To School

August 5, 2014

  It’s that time of the year again. From mad dashes through Wal-Mart for the best deals to printing out class schedules to get educational discounts on new computers ( you know that’s a THING, right?). Now this post won’t cover what computer  to buy or what classes you need to take. It’s an overview […]

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Flava in Ya Ear: Best Geeky Podcasts

July 29, 2014

If you are anything like me, you love a good podcast. From long commutes to background entertainment, podcasts are a huge part of my day.  There are a few that I can’t live without…and neither should you! Check them out below:

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Net Neutrality 101: What You Need To Know

July 17, 2014

To be honest, I’ve been meaning to write this post for 6 months but I wanted to make sure I fully understood what Net Neutrality was and how it would affect everyone. As we see ruling being pushed and data STILL being throttled in 2014, I figured I’d sit down and give a quick Net […]

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Saturday Morning Animation: Sailor Moon is BACK!

July 12, 2014

On this week of Saturday Morning Animation, we take a look at the reboot of Sailor Moon Crystal. If you didn’t know, Sailor Moon is Back and she’s got an upgrade!  

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You Can’t Say NO to GoldieBlox

April 9, 2014

Who says girls don’t want to build and have an interest in construction toys? This week, GoldieBlox set the tone that once again, ____ toys aren’t just for boys!

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Review: 808 Audio Canz Wireless Speaker

February 26, 2014

Anyone who knows me, knows I love a good bluetooth speaker. Long gone are the days when you had to be tethered to a speaker via an auxiliary cord or even putting together an epic mix via CD (remember those?). I’ve had a variety of bluetooth capable speakers of the reviews and for one reason […]

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Kickstarter Spotlight: Hello Ruby #codelikeagirl

January 28, 2014

As you may or may not know, I’ve been on the learn to code journey (consistently) for almost a year! On June 13, I attended a RailsGirlsDC workshop and fell head over heels in love with the language. I connected with so many great women and coaches and I’ve been working hard to get my […]

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The January Monthly Blog Roundup!

January 25, 2014

This month has been a joy ride for me. I brought in the new year with good friends and food and I’ve been constantly building my brand on and offline. It’s also been a great month for all things  geeky. From food tech to streaming, I’ve come across some great reads that I hope that […]

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ALERT: STEM Summer Program at M.I.T

January 23, 2014

As a huge proponent of STEM education and minority inclusion, imagine my surprise when I heard about a FREE  STEM summer program hosted at M.I.T. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology). (Credit: MITES)

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International Geek Girls Pen Pal Club: Round 10 and New Site

January 15, 2014

The ladies at IGGPPC have done it again.

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Bitcoin 101: Why You Need To Pay Attention

January 14, 2014

In the news and all over the web, people have been chatting away about the latest in online currency, Bitcoin. If you are anything like me, you’ve been wondering what in the world is this thing? Well…wonder no more. Check out my musings on the elusive currency and why you need to pay attention.

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Are You Ready For Winter Travel?

January 9, 2014

Happy New Year! 2013 was an amazing and eye-opening year for myself and CGGD and I know that there is more great things to come. Stay tuned We all love a good vacation…I don’t think I’ve ever met a person who doesn’t enjoy bundling up and hitting the road and traveling to a distance land. […]

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One Hit Wonders: Technology Flops

November 12, 2013

I loved the 90′s. Even though I was born in the late 80′s, everything about me was cultivated in the 90′s. Who could forget this gems:   UPN (Home of Girlfriends, Moesha and the latter years of Buffy)    Just as UPN didn’t last past the late 90′s/early 00′s, there are a few technology flops […]

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Black and Nerdy: Halloween 2013

October 31, 2013

It’s the most wonderful time of the year…for GEEKS! If you didn’t know already Black Girl Nerds are winning the internet this year and Halloween is no different. Although, I am still waiting to debut my EPIC Carmen Sandiego costume…I found some great costumes around the web. Black and Nerdy Halloween 2013 Costumes:  Did you […]

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Happy Ada Lovelace Day!

October 15, 2013

Can you remember the first time you turned on a computer? Most people don’t so let’s make it easier. Do you remember the first computer game you played? I do. It was the lovely Carmen Sandiego and I LIVED for the moments in 2nd grade when we had “computer time”. Well, I was happy for […]

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Friday Linkup: BlerdSquad Edition

October 11, 2013

It’s Friday! Anyone following my Twitter feed knows that I frequently share blog posts from my inner #BlerdSquad! I currently use If This, Then, That (IFTTT) to spread the love via their algorithm. I’ll explain IFTTT further in a future post, but just imagine getting texts every time it is supposed to rain or syncing photos via […]

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