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  • Here’a What I’m Working on Now: An online course for Udemy.com.

    I’m now writing an online course to help upskill older women and help them enjoy the technology all around them. Here’s the intro to the course, which I plan to offer via Udemy.com.

    Yes, you have skills!

    And what is Computer S.W.A.K.? Computer SECRETS AND WHAT the KIDS won’t tell you. (Soon to be renamed SECRETS THAT […]

  • Little Code Ladies

    Little Code Ladies is my soapbox for talking about the issues of older women in American. I use my Little Code Lady persona to share information about older women and technology as well as the economic plight of older women through my tumblr account and twitter, and by commenting on blogs and articles that I […]

  • New Jobs for Older Women

    Work in progress – background info for “Little Code Ladies” website. Please contact me for more information. (Barbara Jean Walsh – me@littlecodeladies.com)

    My Premise

    Focus on bringing women into tech industry today is primarily on young women and girls, ignoring the existing pool of older workers who already have experience and/or college degrees but lack tech skills. These women […]

  • It’s About Your Mom

    Tired of answering your mother’s computer questions? Maybe you should outsource them to someone closer to her own age, a woman like me. I will be happy to show her how to reply to email, how to update–or delete–her Facebook page, and how to order a tee-shirt with your dog’s photo on it. Or whatever […]

  • Women, Work, and Hover Cars

    Presented in July 2013 at Oakland Nights Live! as part of the Annual Oakland Rants: Oakland’s Answer to The Ted Talks. I wrote the script — one hundred PowerPoint slides in five minutes and made the presentation — and my son Channing Kennedy later edited the video for me.

    Watch on YouTube.