I have a tattoo. I have more than one, but I have one in particular. The tattoo depicts scales that are balanced between an olive tree and a foreboding cityscape. Leading up to the scales, and disappearing into a vanishing point, a road winds its way into the horizon. People commonly ask me if I’m […]
How are some of the brightest minds on the internet not seeing the harm in how we collectively perceive women, women in tech, women in our industry?
How is it funny to send nude photos of women to a prospective boss and get hired as a result?
How is it humorous to make jokes about “gangbang interviews” in a professional presentation?
How is this okay?
Sobering “Green Book” Reminds us of Where We’ve come Since Civil Rights… And Where we still need to go.
Gawker Media auto blog Jalopnik had a fairly sobering post up, in remembrance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, that described “The Green Book”, a publication that ceased publishing in 1964 with the Civil Rights Act. The book was created to assist black travelers, by listing businesses and establishments around the country (and later some […]