[Women, London and Tech] Survey

According to Fjord’s Trend prediction for 2015, this year is all about data-driven decisions and personalisation.

Our patterns, our behaviours, our actions and our opinions – are all data. But data is only useful if it is aggregated and analysed! With that in mind, I have created a quick survey to gather our opinions on women and technology in London.

Which are the best Technology podcasts out there? Are there any meetups you think are super interesting and we should know about? How about conferences and useful websites?

Please access the survey here 

(if the link does not work, please copy and paste https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/D9YX6SW)

 

Fill in your answers and find out what other women think in a couple of weeks. Results will be announced on International Woman’s Day (8th March) on this blog but I will make sure that I pass a link through Twitter as well.

PS) It is a simple survey monkey form and no data apart from what you choose to share is stored.

Thanks for taking the time to fill in the survey! Enjoy the rest of this Sunday and have a wonderful week ahead:)

 

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Open House London 2014

What will you choose to see this weekend? These are my choices from this year’s Open House London though there are a lot that are left out (Marx Memorial Library, Village Underground and BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir – can you believe this place is actually in London?).

Open House is one of my favourite things to do in autumn (especially as it ‘falls’ just before autumn equinox; see what I did there?).

What would I say If I were to write a guide to you? It needs good planning and an early wake-up, lots of water and snacks and a couple of friends because queues are always funnier with company!

open house london

 

See you there!

Piccalilli Cafe

Top 5 Sunday Brunch spots in London

I don’t think there is a more appropriate first post for a blog that claims loving London than this! Brunch-ing is THE ACTIVITY being caught doing on a Sunday and since my flatmates and myself have spent every Sunday religiously looking for the best spot, I thought it’s fair I share this knowledge with you.

1. Surrey Docks Farm – Piccalilli caffè

Closest station: Canada Water

Not to be missed: Eggs, avocado and chilli flakes on toast

££££

Piccalilli Cafe

2. Del’Aziz | Bankside

Closest station: Southwark

Not to be missed: The frying pan

££££

frying pan

3.Tea House Theatre

Closest station: Vauxhall

Not to be missed: English breakfast

££££

english breakfast

4. Tina, We salute you

Closest station: Dalston

Not to be missed: Pancakes!

££££

pancakes

5. The Breakfast Club

Closest station: Angel

Not to be missed: The All American (tip suggested by my flatmates!)

££££

 

 wake up rooster

 

 Guide

££££ = around £10 per person for breakfast and coffee

££££ = around 15 per person for breakfast and coffee