Zoe Quinn on Being Kind

Zoe Quinn continued to encourage new voices in indie game development with learning resources like Sorting Hat and Games Are For Everyone, and launched Crash Override, a volunteer-run task force for victims and targets of online mob hatred.

Recorded in September 2015 at XOXO, an experimental festival celebrating independently produced art and technology in Portland, Oregon.

Yes, You Can Say That (Negotiating Pay)

Equal Pay Negotiations LLC

Ms. Katie Donovan, a salary negotiation consultant and equal pay advocate, will teach you how to be one of the people who negotiate their income earn an extra $1 million during your career. In this video, you will learn the…

Jocelyn: A Real-Life Martian

Popular Science has an interview with Chief Scientist Jocelyn Dunn about living in an extreme environment simulation that prepares astronauts for a future trip to Mars. From PopSci: Jocelyn Dunn spent eight months living on the red, rocky surface of…

Emmy Noether and Abstract Algebra

Emmy Noether, theoretical mathematician

Cosmos explores the life of Emmy Noether (1882-1935), who practice theoretical mathematics during a time when “the scientific establishment worked hard to keep women out.” Although she worked as an unpaid assistant until 1922, she theorized with the best of…

Jennifer Doudna, Biologist and Ethicist

Jennifer Doudna with a model of CRISPR (model of molecules, RNA, DNA)

Jennifer Doudna’s TED talk is an amazing call for the world to talk about the implications of her new technology, and how it should be used. What does it mean that we can edit our genome—for better and for worse?…

1200 Years of Women Composers

Spotify's 1200 years of women composers

I hesitate to post this because it’s tied to proprietary software. For those who have accounts at Spotify, or wish to access this list through your Facebook account, blogger ulyssestone has an amazing Spotify playlist called 1200 Years of Women…

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The Tennessee Woman Suffrage Monument, Inc. is organizing the work to establish a monument to honor TN Suffragists. Tennessee was the thirty-sixth state to vote in favor of ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in 1920, allowing women the right to vote.

Intel’s Diversity Efforts are Going Well

maker girls at Intel

Mother Jones’ story, This Silicon Valley Giant Is Actually Hiring Women and Minorities, reports: In January, Intel raised the bar in Silicon Valley by setting concrete targets for hiring women and minorities. While other major tech firms had cut big…