Category: Resources

Things I read/watched/learned this week of 10/20*

From the women of NPR this video: Talking While Female explores the ways in which women are written off simply by their voices and how we use them. Illustrations by one my favorite graphic designers, Kelli Anderson. + Are you using Slack chat app yet? If you’re already using it for multiple teams, then you’ll… Read more »

Things I Read / Watched / Learned Week of 10/20*

From the women of NPR this video: Talking While Female explores the ways in which women are written off simply by their voices and how we use them. Illustrations by one my favorite graphic designers, Kelli Anderson. + Are you using Slack chat app yet? If you’re already using it for multiple teams, then you’ll… Read more »

Things I read this week 10/13*

Slightly lighter reading this week due to  focus on client work and family visiting for my partner’s solo show exhibition (hi Mom! I know I’m supposed to be getting ready instead of on the computer :-). But, here’s a few of the best. I could look at this moving drawing from artist Lilli Carré all…. Read more »

Things I Read, Week of 10/6*

Between Anita Sarkeesian’s XOXO talk about her online harrasment (above) and Kathy Seirra’s story on why she’s leaving twitter again, it’s been a doozy of a week for feminists online. So, I’ve decided to include only articles in support of non cis men in this week’s dispatch. + First how women – who are generally criticized more,… Read more »

Things I read this week*

It’s Friday, y’all. We made it! I kept track of the essays I read this week, here they are in no particular order. My friend Nona is on a tear this week with two fantastic pieces: + The Middle Class Squeeze: Is Elite Education Worth 170k of Debt? + Married women who code-switch Also: + Cameron… Read more »