- Why I Am Resigning As Programming Director For Context | ideatrash (November 28): Yet another “Conduct Policy” failure.
- Trials of a confused feminist (in an internet governance school) | GenderIT.org (November 24): “I reach peak panic mode and shoot a frantic message to Jan: ‘how do I even begin to articulate a radical feminist politics in a space like this?'”
- [Trigger Warning: graphic rape threats]The Rise of the Professional Cyber Athlete | The New Yorker (November 24): A profile of Scarlet, a top pro StarCraft player.
- Male Allies Panel Transcript | Julie Pagano (December 2): “I am sure at least a few deaf women or male allies would appreciate being able to review the content, so I put this together. I hope it’s helpful.”
- Looking back: comparing old and new M:TG art [MANY IMAGES] | Go Make Me a Sandwich (November 4): “There are only two years separating Ravnica and Khans. So I thought it would be worth taking a look at Ravnica, numbers-wise, to see how M:TG has changed direction with it’s artwork in the last two years.”
- How Chan-Style Anonymous Culture Shapes #gamergate (with images, tweets) | a_man_in_black | Storify (December 4): A Storify attempting to explain Chan Culture.
- Let’s Talk About Ethics in Games Journalism! | Zoe Quinn | Medium (December 2): “If anything, GamerGate has actually created new ethical problems we need to start trying to solve. We need to make sure that we are not giving the same affordances to tabloid-esque journalists simply looking to attack our colleagues that we give to enthusiast press sites that behave professionally.”
- Do Artifacts Have Ethics? | The Frailest Thing (November 29): “Below are a few other questions that we might ask in order to get at the wide-ranging “moral dimension” of our technologies. There are, of course, many others that we could ask, but this is a start.”
- Reporting Sexual Assault Is Difficult, but a New Technology May Help | NYTimes.com (December 2): “Ms. Ladd describes Callisto as meeting the need for reporting systems that “keep the survivor in control of their own data and their own choices.””
- He may have unravelled DNA, but James Watson deserves to be shunned | Adam Rutherford | Comment is free | The Guardian (December 1): “The scientist is crying poverty and selling his Nobel prize medal, but why should anyone be interested in his racist, sexist views?”
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