Kim Lachance Shandrow

Kim Lachance Shandrow

Senior Writer. Frequently covers cryptocurrency, future tech, social media, startups, gadgets and apps.

Kim Lachance Shandrow is a senior writer at Entrepreneur.com. 

Former Senior Advisor to President Obama Joins GoFundMe
Crowdfunding

Former Senior Advisor to President Obama Joins GoFundMe

Longtime White House communications director Dan Pfeiffer will serve as the popular crowdfunding platform's VP of communications and policy.
Tired of Useless Meetings? 9 Ways to Make Them More Effective. (Infographic)
Business Optimization

Tired of Useless Meetings? 9 Ways to Make Them More Effective. (Infographic)

Agenda Item Number 1: Control your meetings so your meetings don't control you.
These Awesome Video-Playing Sneakers Have Raised More Than $300,000 on Indiegogo
Technology

These Awesome Video-Playing Sneakers Have Raised More Than $300,000 on Indiegogo

Walk a mile in these shoes and everyone will be staring at your fancy feet.
Amazon Has Literally Gone Bananas
Amazon

Amazon Has Literally Gone Bananas

The e-tailer is getting fruity with a potassium-packed publicity stunt.
Periscope-Like Live Video Streaming Comes to Everyday Facebook Users
Facebook

Periscope-Like Live Video Streaming Comes to Everyday Facebook Users

Playing catch up with Periscope and Meerkat, the social giant finally rolls out real-time video broadcasting for the rest of us.
This Man Successfully Sued Apple For Deleting His Honeymoon Photos
Apple

This Man Successfully Sued Apple For Deleting His Honeymoon Photos

Hell hath no fury like a newlywed deprived of his iPhone vacay pics.
Uber Lights Up Drivers' Windshields to Help Customers Find Their Rides
Uber

Uber Lights Up Drivers' Windshields to Help Customers Find Their Rides

Rolling out in Seattle this month, the visual cue offers a basic but brilliant way to find an Uber.
The 5 Worst Marketing Fails of 2015
Marketing

The 5 Worst Marketing Fails of 2015

From sickeningly sexist ads to a QR code that accidentally directs to a porn site, here are the gnarliest marketing sins of the year.
How an Industrial Oops Led This Gunk to Become a Stretchy Smash-Hit Toy
Who Knew?

How an Industrial Oops Led This Gunk to Become a Stretchy Smash-Hit Toy

The surprising story of how Silly Putty accidentally sprang from a wartime dilemma.
9 Things Baby Zuckerberg Should Know About Her Famous Parents
Facebook

9 Things Baby Zuckerberg Should Know About Her Famous Parents

Welcome, Zuckerbaby. You've got some big shoes to fill.
7 Expert Tips on Finding the Perfect Office Space For Your Startup
Ready To Launch

7 Expert Tips on Finding the Perfect Office Space For Your Startup

Veteran real-estate broker and Digsy co-founder Andrew Bermudez shares insider secrets to landing the ideal workspace for your budding business.
If You Get In the Way of Google's Self-Driving Car, It Might Shout at You
Google

If You Get In the Way of Google's Self-Driving Car, It Might Shout at You

Forget wimpy horn-honking. Google's autonomous ride could blast messages at passersby from external loudspeakers.
Children's Photos Among Data Stolen in Hack of Toy Maker VTech
Security

Children's Photos Among Data Stolen in Hack of Toy Maker VTech

A vigilante hacker's breach of 5 million accounts for the Hong Kong-based Internet-connected toy maker brings parents' worst nightmares into reality.
Facebook Expands Parental Leave Ahead of the Birth of Mark Zuckerberg's Baby
Facebook

Facebook Expands Parental Leave Ahead of the Birth of Mark Zuckerberg's Baby

The social juggernaut joins a growing list of global tech giants sweetening perks for parents.
Code.org CEO: Coding Provided 'Order Amidst Chaos' as Bombs Fell Near My Home
Technology

Code.org CEO: Coding Provided 'Order Amidst Chaos' as Bombs Fell Near My Home

Ahead of next week's Hour of Code, Hadi Partovi shares how computer programming offered calm, confidence and optimism in an otherwise hopeless situation.