As a diversity and inclusion leader, Aubrey Blanche is all about experiments backed up by research and data. Here, she shares what's worked and what hasn't at Atlassian.
They rise along the south rim of the Grand Canyon, rough-hewn structures built mostly of stone and timber, so elemental, so rooted in their surroundings, that many visitors have mistaken them for remnants of pioneer days or prehistory.
Program allows you to turn paper into nearly anything
Ada Lovelace (1815–1852) is celebrated as “the first programmer” for her remarkable 1843 paper which explained Charles Babbage’s designs for a mechanical computer.
Ruminations on truth and the internet and sexism in Silicon Valley
Has some interesting biographic info on her career ...
The Chaos Computer Club, a multigenerational army of activists, has made the country’s democracy a lot tougher to undermine.
Years later, minority students go to competitive colleges as often as whites.
CNN will invest $40 million over the next two years in Great Big Story, transforming the in-house social video startup into a 24-hour streaming channel.
With few rights as a woman and as an Indian, the pioneering doctor provided valuable health care and resources to her Omaha community
This pioneer of weather management was pelted with insults and trash.
The guitar Brian May toured with and played through his career with Queen and beyond had very humble beginnings. It was built from scratch by Brian and his father Harold May.
Robots may not take our jobs, but it appears that they will take our video game high scores. Not really feminist, except for the "Ms." :-)
The inventor of the bestselling vacuum cleaner robot has created a bot that cuts weeds.
Hong Kong is a rabbit’s warren of eateries offering all manner of dishes – some of them not for the faint-hearted. But could this adventurous eating actually be good for us?
A Geek Mom blogs about her electronics projects. She also has an interesting Twitter feed at https://twitter.com/GeekMomProjects