- Gender Bias Found in How Scholars Review Scientific Studies: A scientist’s gender can have a big impact on how other researchers perceive his or her work, according to a new study.
- My Game Development Story: Dorothy Finnigan | Technovation Challenge: The pathfinding was the most difficult programming puzzle to solve.
- “Put down the crack pipes” doesn’t go so well: “I’ve received some requests for elaboration on what kind of stuff can stand in the way of a woman in tech… I will attempt to relate some of these things.”
- When I Moved Abroad: A metaphor for being a woman in some male-dominated tech spaces.
- Injustice In So Many Ways: Lois Lane Fridged In DC Video Game.
- The 2013 Game Developer Gender Wage Gap: “The next time someone tells me that men and women get paid equally for their talents in the game industry, I wanted something to link to them. This is just plain disgusting.”
- Why I’m Glad For Lambda Ladies: “Earlier this week, an awesome group of women that I’m a part of started Lambda Ladies, a group for women interested in functional programming… The response so far has been pretty overwhelmingly positive, but I also saw some skepticism on Twitter about the need for such a group and I wanted to give a little background about why I think it’s a good idea.”
- Crowdsourced hate speech database could spot early signs of genocide: “Front-end users can log on to the website and add examples of hate speech from their communities, and also record location-specific “sightings,” while developers can use an authenticating API that allows them to mesh Hatebase data with other tools for genocide prevention.”
- The Beginnings of CONsent: “I presented cosplayers with a wipe off board, simply reading “Cosplay =/= Consent” and asked them about their experiences of harassment. I was not surprised to hear many horrible stories from women and men alike.”
- Misogyny, Sexism, And Why RPS Isn’t Shutting Up | Rock, Paper, Shotgun: “We want to see gaming a place of equality, both in its creation, creations, and coverage.”
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