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DerbyCon 9.0 – Every Beginning Has an End – DerbyCon: Louisville INFOSEC Con
What we have had to deal with on the back-end the past few years is more than just running a conference and sharing with friends. The conference scene in general changed drastically and small pocket groups focus on outrage and disruption where there is no right answer (regardless of how you respond, it’s wrong), instead of coming together, or making the industry better. There is a small, yet vocal group of people creating negativity, polarization, and disruption, with the primary intent of self-...
feminism  social  security 
16 hours ago by pankkake
You should’ve asked | Emma
Great comic strip explaining the mental load women often bear in domestic partnerships. The invisible work that is done to manage the household.
feminism  gender  comics  parenting  relationships 
19 hours ago by atelathehun
Surely You’re a Creep, Mr. Feynman | Leila McNeill
“The conversation about separating the person from the practice has been slower to surface in science than it has in the literary, film, journalism, and art worlds”
feminism  science!  culture  history 
23 hours ago by leereamsnyder
Ethel Mairet: A Pioneer of Weaving Technology | Lady Science on Patreon
For some, technology may conjure up images of circuit boards and steel rooms full of male engineers at machines. This masculinized space is often pitted against its presumed antithesis — the warm, domestic, and feminized world of craft. But this notion of technology divorced from art and craft is of relatively recent origin. Ethel Mairet’s practice, dependent on chemistry, botany and biology, shows that the two categories cannot so neatly be parsed apart. Craft once held a central place in discourses on technology.
craft  feminism  science  textiles  technology  historyofscience 
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