Jazmin Victoria Hupp

Jazmin is the Director of Marketing for Tekserve, the independent Apple computer store in NYC. She helps women start technology companies through Women 2.0 in San Francisco and Founder Labs in New York City.

Aug 16

Pop symphony. (at Colorado Symphony Orchestra Classically Cannabis)


May 29
Rocking out my keynote on local retail strategy.

Rocking out my keynote on local retail strategy.


May 24
What do you mean “most girls don’t have a stack of 2.5” SATA drives next to their makeup?”

What do you mean “most girls don’t have a stack of 2.5” SATA drives next to their makeup?”


Mar 20
“If we magnified our successes as much as we magnify our disappointments, we’d all be much happier.” Abraham Lincoln (via psychosematic)

(via mydrunkkitchen)


Mar 18
donnacabonna:

when you forget to ask your waiter for something

donnacabonna:

when you forget to ask your waiter for something

(via mydrunkkitchen)


Mar 16

latraviatarossa:


literally, mother nature.

Oh, this is breathtaking. 

latraviatarossa:

literally, mother nature.

Oh, this is breathtaking. 



Feb 25
Jazmin Victoria Hupp turned 4 today (on Tumblr)!

Jazmin Victoria Hupp turned 4 today (on Tumblr)!


Jan 15
thisistheverge:

Poisoned: why West Virginia’s water crisis is everyone’s problem
When 35-year-old Jason Eldridge arrived home last Thursday from his job as a systems administrator with a healthcare company in Charleston, West Virginia, he acted no differently than he normally would: he made dinner (that night, it was tacos) for his wife, his two-year-old daughter, and himself. Then the trio sat down to eat. It wasn’t until afterwards, however, that they turned on the evening news and saw the main story: the tap water he’d used to fix his family’s meal was poisoned. 

Important article

thisistheverge:

Poisoned: why West Virginia’s water crisis is everyone’s problem

When 35-year-old Jason Eldridge arrived home last Thursday from his job as a systems administrator with a healthcare company in Charleston, West Virginia, he acted no differently than he normally would: he made dinner (that night, it was tacos) for his wife, his two-year-old daughter, and himself. Then the trio sat down to eat. It wasn’t until afterwards, however, that they turned on the evening news and saw the main story: the tap water he’d used to fix his family’s meal was poisoned. 

Important article


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