Our last open thread of the year!
Image description: an analogue clock face, distorted so that instead of being circular, it spirals into the centre of the picture, with the numbers repeating. Image by Robbert van der Steeg, Creative Commons BY-SA.
A question for you: what would have improved your geek life in 2010? What would be the one change that would have improved your geek year?
This is an open thread, thus, you are also welcome to discuss other topics, including but not limited to older posts.
It’s time for another Geek Feminist party! This party is in honour of our new blogger Courtney, who also writes for From Austin to A&M. You might also remember Courtney from Amanda Hess’s interview at The Sexist. She guest-posted here in September.
Courtney, I hope you enjoy this edible circuit, at least to look at!
"555 LED flasher 1" by Windell Oskay, CC BY
Got any geek foodstuffs to share with Courtney?
This is also an open thread for discussion of older threads, threads you’d like to see, links you’d like to share, or other topics of your choice.
Let’s have a party. A better party than this party:
Pity Party by Evil Erin on Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution
Several bloggers got keys to the Geek Feminism front page lately: Kylie of PodBlack Cat, Steph of å¤©é«˜çš‡ä¼é¹…è¿œ and vegan about town and Restructure! of Restructure!. Welcome to them, you’ll see them posting as and when they have time and inspiration, like the rest of us.
Happy Party People Toasting Cheers Holding Champagne Glasses by D Sharon Pruitt on Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution
Let’s add to the party here. Are you reading any new blogs with exciting geek feminist content? Are you yourself new here and want to say hi? Come on in. This is also an open thread, in which you can discuss older posts, ask questions, tell stories, or anything else that takes your fancy.