We've said again and again on the podcast that software is about people. And it's hard to imagine software that could be more about people than a website that helps women understand their own bodies. Which is why, when Jamie sent out an internal email at Relevance about femm.me, her new fertility awareness app, I knew that it would make for a great episode.
So have a listen as we talk about Jamie's work on the website, how she came to Relevance, and the role of food in her life. Enjoy!
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Our Guest, Jamie Kite
- The intro song is "It's a Jungle Out There", by Randy Newman
- The outro song, dedicated to Jamie's grandfather who recently passed away, is "I Got Shoes", performed by Tata Vega
- Monk, the TV series
- Jamie's infographic resume, the coverage thereof, and the Hacker News posting
- Michael Parenteau
- Michael's episode of the podcast
- Orlando, Florida
- Fertility Awareness
- "Taking Charge of Your Fertility", by Toni Weschler
- The rhythm method
- Wikipedia's entry on fertility
- Cervical mucus
- Justin Gehtland
- Ruby gems
- The definition of "foodie"