Tech expert Jennifer Jolly will be joining me soon on Mondays with Marlo! Now is your chance to ask her anything you'd like to know about:
- Her favorite apps and gadgets for women over 40
- Online shopping
- Websites and apps to help you find a job
- Online tools that can help you tune your career skills
- Tech tips for the unsavvy
- The new iPad and other tablets
- Smart phones
- fitness gadgets
- Social media for dummies
- Internet for dummies
- Pros and cons of raising you child on technology
- Tips for selecting the best gadgets for kids
- Safe websites for kids
- Trackers and GPS for drivers, kids and your luggage
- Cloud storage
- Gadget demonstrations
Be sure to post your questions in the comment section below!
At the intersection of high technology and real life, Jennifer Jolly is an Emmy award-winning Tech Lifestyle Editor for Tecca.com, the largest female-focused tech news website in the world with over 10 million viewers. She's also a nationally syndicated columnist and the host of Tech's Appeal, a new digital-parenting, smart-lifestyle, high tech-lifeline for real people (not just tech-geeks). Jennifer has nearly 20 years of experience in journalism and broadcasting, and has become a frequent guest contributor for the CBS Early Show, Dr. Oz, The Talk, Rachel Ray, ABC News, The Daily Buzz, CNN and many other national and regional TV, radio and print outlets.
Jenn’s mission is to make modern technology simple, accessible, and fun to the very people who need it and use it the most. Prior to her position with Tecca, she was the Tech/Social Media Contributor for ABC's 7Live, an hour-long, daily TV news magazine show on KGO in San Francisco.
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