Cuttings #1: One year of Musk Twitter Paid Members Public
The return of the daily lunchtime email, but now for paying members only.
Help for Harassers Paid Members Public
Been caught “making women uncomfortable”? Need an excuse apology? Here you go. [https://apologygenerator.com] It really points up how pathetic some of these “apologies” are.
Scoble: an utterly tone deaf response to harassment allegations Paid Members Public
One way or another, Robert Scoble has featured a fair amount on this blog. A quick search reveals that he’s been mentioned 34 times over the last 10 years. I admired his work bringing a human face to Microsoft, back in the day, and I have many friends that
Why did the Evening Standard focus on an engineer's sex appeal? Paid Members Public
An e-mail from the Ada Lovelace Day folks dropped into my in-box the other day, mentioning that Roma Agrawal [http://www.romatheengineer.com] would be speaking at Ada Lovelace Day Live [http://us1.campaign-archive1.com/?u=a4a560af0bd589b6c036469ec&id=fe4608d3cc&e=8c204373a0] . That set a little alarm ringing in
links for 2006-08-01 Paid Members Public
* [The hottest look, no straps attached](http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion/main.jhtml?xml=/fashion/2006/07/31/efstrapless31.xml&sSheet=/fashion/2006/07/31/ixfashion.html) Ah, finally somebody acknowledges the truth – whatever people say, the sexiest part of a woman’s body is her shoulders.(tags:
Sexiest Gamer? Paid Members Public
This is quite, quite terrifying. There are competitions running to find the sexiest gamer in the US [http://www.sexiestgamer.com/main_us.php] and UK [http://www.sexiestgamer.com/main_uk.php]. Categories include “personal hygiene closest to society’s norm”, “ability to utter an intelligible word in front
Man wins sex discrimination case Paid Members Public
So, the courts have ruled that forcing a man to wear a suit and tie while the women wear t-shirts and football tops is sex discrimination. Quite right, too. What gets me is that everyone seems to be reacting as if he’s trying to win the right to dress