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Camila has been heavily active in South Florida’s tech startup community, where she is a co-host of a local radio show called pFunkcast. Camila previously worked at Greenpeace International and the Organization of the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in various communication roles. A proud Brazilian who spent most of he life in Peru, she is passionate about traveling and documentaries.

 

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Sun Tzu’s 10 Leadership Advice for Startup Founders

Chinese military general Sun Tzu is considered one of the greatest strategists and tacticians of all time. He wrote an ancient Chinese military text called The Art of War (a must read) that has been adapted for use in teachings on leadership, politics, and business today....

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KISS Launches Official Photo App for Fans, KISS Me!

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legendary band KISS launched a photo tool app, KISS Me! Official Photo App, so fans feel they are part of the band as they continue their world tour. Through photo customizations, the app lets users put themselves and their...

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15 Favorite Quotes from Sime MIA 2014

Tech Cocktail is a Media Partner during Sime MIA 2014  The team behind Sime MIA has outdone itself this year. They brought a group of eclectic and powerful innovators from across the globe to South Florida. From political activists to inventors, the audience left the ...

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Twitter Launches Tool to Prevent Online Bullying

Twitter wants to stop the trolls. The social network released a new set of anti-harassment tools that make it easier for users to flag abuse on the network. Twitter has been previously criticized not implementing stricter rules against trolls, so this is an important decision ...

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Venture Hive and Microsoft offer Global Startup Education

Miami-based accelerator and education company, Venture Hive, has partnered with Microsoft Innovation Centers (MIC's) to develop a pre-accelerator program that connects entrepreneurs to resources and support their need in validating and building their ideas into solutions. The ...

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Science Can Explain Why You Hate Mondays

Science can explain a lot of things, even how you hate a Monday like today. So now drink that coffee, and maybe this will help you understand why Mondays are particularly difficult days:   1. Your Sleep Pattern Changes during the Weekend And it's not in the...