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Spend Some Intel Money on Education



I spent all day yesterday with the coolest, most inspiring group of geeky women and bloggers I have ever seen gathered together in one place. I was lucky enough to be invited to Intel’s Upgrade Your Life event, which introduced some us geeky girl bloggers to the brilliant female minds at Intel. They shared wisdom, gave us a look at the future, and talked about some of the causes that inspire them. It was amazing. And today I’m exhausted. We packed a lot into one day and I will tell you more about it over the next few days – or maybe weeks! – because I want to introduce you to some of the bloggers I met there and the cool women who work at Intel. But today is Frugal Friday so I’m going to focus on one Intel thing today: An easy way you can donate some money to fund education in developing nations. Best of all, you don’t have to use your own money for this. You can donate Intel’s money. Seriously all you have to do is click on a button you will find at The Small Things Challenge. Every time you do, Intel will donate a quarter. Spread the word. Let’s change the world. (And watch the cool video — above — for a warm fuzzy feeling about your donation.)


  1. Need to find math games for tablet that my 11 yr old non tech savy granddaughter can play.

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