Posts Tagged: women

Writing for your audience: men in tech and Business Insider

To properly keep track of the various goings on in the tech world, one should consider having a blog IV set up for constant transfusion. From aggregators like Hacker News to Tech Meme to the big guns like Tech Crunch

Writing for your audience: men in tech and Business Insider

To properly keep track of the various goings on in the tech world, one should consider having a blog IV set up for constant transfusion. From aggregators like Hacker News to Tech Meme to the big guns like Tech Crunch

The Girl Next Door, No Longer?

Originally written for Project 50fifty – “because a nation that doesn’t harness half its talent can’t lead the 21st century.” One of the great follies of development economics has historically been the “top-down,” one size fits all approach. Institutions like

The Girl Next Door, No Longer?

Originally written for Project 50fifty – “because a nation that doesn’t harness half its talent can’t lead the 21st century.” One of the great follies of development economics has historically been the “top-down,” one size fits all approach. Institutions like

Having It All

With the recession jumpstarting the transition toward a predominantly female workforce, journalists across the country have been plunging into the realm of gender diversity data, hoping to tell a coherent story about the progress and perils of working women. Both

Having It All

With the recession jumpstarting the transition toward a predominantly female workforce, journalists across the country have been plunging into the realm of gender diversity data, hoping to tell a coherent story about the progress and perils of working women. Both