- The Next Civil Rights Issue: Why Women Aren’t Welcome on the Internet – Pacific Standard: The Science of Society: “’Ignore the barrage of violent threats and harassing messages that confront you online every day.’ That’s what women are told. But these relentless messages are an assault on women’s careers, their psychological bandwidth, and their freedom to live online. We have been thinking about Internet harassment all wrong.”
- ‘Missteps on the road back’ with Adventures in Ethics and Science: “‘Not sexually harassing women is not a ‘bonus extra’ in the job description.”
- #libtechgender: conference codes of conduct as seen from your world and mine: “In discussing ALA’s Statement of Appropriate Conduct with ever-wider audiences, I get the growing feeling that we stand at different starting lines, and it affects our understandings of the words in the statement.”
- 4 paths to being a kernel hacker from Julia Evans, who wants to hear from you! “If you’ve done kernel work, how did you get started with kernel hacking? If you haven’t, which of these paths sounds most approachable to you?”
- How Not To Be Creepy on Twitter | Writehandedgirl: “I don’t want to stop sharing. And I don’t want to have to feel uncomfortable when I receive certain replies
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