Archive for February, 2010

Inaugural “Women” Entrepreneurs Day in Georgia!

February 21, 2010

By: TaylorLegalSrvs


Ms. CEO Media Inc. and Georgia Senator Nan Orrock invite women business owners and the public to participate in the first ever “Women Entrepreneurs Day in Georgia”  This extraordinary event, is scheduled to be held on Monday, February 22, 2010, Wednesday, March 3, 2010 from 8:00am until 1:15pm at State Capitol, Atlanta, GA,  Georgia’s businesswomen will be formally recognized by the Senate.

“Women Entrepreneurs Day in Georgia” is a special event to formally acknowledge the accomplishments, courage and success of Georgia’s women business owners.  There will also be an opportunity for participants to share concerns and ask questions of legislators regarding small business, policy and the economy.
(Note: Event time subject to be adjusted based on the length of the Senate session during which women entrepreneurs will be formally recognized. Full details forthcoming. Please RSVP and follow Ms. CEO Media on Twitter at for real-time updates. 

Note: There is a limited capacity to participate in this event.  Please confirm your attendance by e-mailing Additional details will be provided upon confirmation.  Visit and follow Ms. CEO Media on Twitter at for real-time updates.

Update:  This event has been rescheduled to Wednesday, March 3, 2010 due to changes to the Senate’s calendar.


February 21, 2010


Last week, Google added social networking tools to its Gmail e-mail service. Google Buzz is designed to help users more easily and quickly find the most important information contained in their flood of social posts, pictures and videos. Well, it certainly didn’t take long. Spammers began targeting Google Buzz just days after it was launched, according to security company Websense, Inc. The security company issued an alert on Google Buzz late last week noting that the first spam attack, which was about smoking, hit the new social networking hub last Thursday. Websense noted that its analysts expected spam messages to pop up on Google Buzz, just not so soon. “When Twitter was launched, it took a while before it was used to send spam and other malicious messages,” Websense said in its alert. “In this case, it only took two days. It’s clear that the bad guys have learned from their experience using social networks to distribute these type of messages.” Last Friday, Google rolled out several tweaks to Buzz in an attempt to address privacy concerns. Then over the weekend, Google said that over the next several weeks it will offer up more tweaks to deal with privacy issues.

“As a fellow google/g-mail subscriber, I am giving it a go!….and will give my feedback if it is working for me!”