October 17, 2014 I have avoided writing much on the nightmare that is #GamerGate because I had little direct experience to contribute, and I hoped that it would die a natural death. But today I found something that has prompted me to speak out. A sock puppet. Before we get to sock puppets… What’s, Read More

I recommend the print edition of the book, Her Story: A Timeline of the Women Who Changed America, by Charlotte S. Waisman and Jill S. Tietjen , as a casual introduction to the contributions of women in American history. It provides brief descriptions of women and their contributions that may prompt the reader to, Read More

It took strong women from both the Democratic and Republican Parties, as well as from suffrage organizations  like the National Woman’s Party and the National American Woman Suffrage Association, to secure the right to vote for women in 1920. With so many issues relating to women’s rights being discussed in 2012 in federal and, Read More

Thanks, @Ancalime for your input – tedium! Other words that come to mind: stagnation, boring, monochromatic, homogeneous. Others?

It may be a behavior that’s been reinforced by survival of the fittest – when staff members acknowledge only those at their organizational level and above. They may only “see” others that they believe capable of advancing their interests, or of causing them harm. But for the support part of the team – secretaries,, Read More

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