- Sexism at Work: Young Women, NEWSWEEK and Gender: NEWSWEEK was the subject of a gender-discrimination case in 1970. Young women currently working at NEWSWEEK reflect on the case and the current state of the battle.
- Why ask for an unskilled, not-yet-involved comaintainer?: Christine Spang explores the difference between saying she's be willing to mentor someone inexperienced in Debian packaging, and saying she'd prefer to mentor someone inexperienced.
- The sorority of the Ring: Cath Elliott explores what Tolkien’s works have to offer women fans.
- New Research from ABI Highlights the Characteristics That Lead to Advancement of Technical Women: “A new research report released today by the Anita Borg Institute for Women in Technology (ABI) sheds light on the attributes of senior level technical women”
- Notes from the LibrePlanet Women’s Caucus: A point-by-point summary of the FSF Women's Caucus.
- Glamour Slam!: In response to the suvudu cagematch which had not enough women, this LiveJournal community is doing the same, but with all female characters.
- Why SXSW Sucks: Jolie O'Dell reports numerous problems with the SXSWi conference, including harassment and assault of women.
- Women of Color and Wealth â€” Starting Points and Class Jumping [Part 3]: â€œMany people think, and I might have been guilty of it, that we need $25,000 per year per student and thatâ€™s what it takes to get through college. But really itâ€™s very often $50 problems that knock them out: a car breakdown, a dental bill, a changing shift in their job. So really helping these students, as a policy matter, is a lot cheaper than people think.â€
- You Win When They Call You a Bitch: Cinnamon Cooper has a presentation up with slides. “So when youâ€™re called a bitch, instead of letting the argument get derailed, recognize that youâ€™ve outsmarted them. Reply with ‘I win! You arenâ€™t smart enough to continue the conversation, so thanks for ending it.’”
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