When it comes to technology’s education-related potential, it is largely the populations of developing economies who stand to benefit the most. This is certainly the case of Latin America, where the edtech market had a stellar 2012 and is poised to have an even better 2013.Read More
Originally from the United States, Emily now lives in Buenos Aires, where she works as a writer and editor for Latin American tech blog PulsoSocial. She holds a degree in Comparative Literature & Society from Columbia University and has a background in marketing and communications, including blogging, copywriting, translation and editing.
Articles by Emily Stewart
Posted by Emily Stewart | Feb 28, 2013
A few weeks ago, I came across a new Brazilian startup, Widbook – a.k.a. the YouTube of Books (according to Mashable). A sort of literary social network with a crowd-based twist, Widbook is a space where aspiring writers can put their work on display and collaborate on ongoing projects as well. A bit of a book nerd myself, I definitely found the idea intriguing. But then I got to thinking: What about quality?Read More
Posted by Emily Stewart | Feb 10, 2013
When it comes to sources of innovation, government isn’t exactly the first thing that comes to mind. In Chile, however, that’s not the case. No, new technologies aren’t flowing out of the legislature, nor is President Sebastián Piñera giving up his day job to go the entrepreneurial route.
However, the Chilean government has proven a major proponent of all things technology and entrepreneurship in the country.Read More
Posted by Emily Stewart | Jan 21, 2013
My first cross with crowdsourcing was more like a collision, brought on by a friend’s (considerate) attempt to help out and my...Read More