Saturday, January 20, 2018
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Flashback – sfGirl 1999

About Flashback Posts Flashback posts are made up of sfGirl content from 1998 - 2004. Flashbacks include San Francisco dot-com launch party reviews, party photos, and...
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Guest Bloggers – We Want You!

Do you live in San Francisco? Are you funny and engaging? Sarcastic? Sassy? A liberal? Old school SF? Send us a guest blog post,...
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Interview with Craig Newmark of Craigslist

I recently interviewed Craig Newmark of the one and only Craigslist. I used to run into Craig at networking events and around San Francisco...

Guest Bloggers and Cool People

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sfGirls, where are they now?

We are rounding up the sfGirls to find out what they've been up to since 1999. THEN NOW Q: Describe the Internet in one word in 1999. Dawn:...
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Wild Women Meditate

You are a wild woman, right?! You are independent, self-accomplished, stable, self-assured, healthy, self-aware and a fairly emotionally stable female. So, you...
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Things That Sounded Like A Good Idea After Wine

Blog post by Candy Keane Candy is a guest blogger on sfGirl and is the owner of the very popular blog! A funny thing...

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Think Pink!

After the dot-com bust launched the San Francisco and Silicon Valley Pink Slip Parties in 2001. The pink slip party was a recruiting...

Dot.Com Party Pics PART 1 (Flashback)

The sfGirls and the sfGirl community attended A LOT of dot-com parties. Launch and parties became more and more elaborate as more dot-com startups tried...
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sfGirls (Flashback)

Wearing boas and tiaras, the sfGirl Posse brought a fun and playful vibe to the once male-dominated tech industry. Women were entering the dot-com...