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  From Princess to Goddess: Female Success in IT
Subject:   When did O'Reilly turn into the Oxygen Network?
Date:   2007-09-18 08:38:36
From:   tmonte
From Princess to Goddess: Female Success in IT
Women Who Risk: Making Women in Technology Visible
Inspiration: Pass It On
Advice on Careers in Technology for Geeky (and not so Geeky) Women
Proud to be a "Geekette"
Bringing Up Girl Geeks
I Don't Like Articles about Women in Technology
Charming Pythonistas


If I want to read articles about female empowerment, I will go to related websites. I come to O'Reilly for technology information.

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  • When did O'Reilly turn into the Oxygen Network?
    2007-09-28 18:47:27  DesScorp [View]

    This is one of those silly questions that pop up from time to time because some people refuse to accept that in general, men and women are different. There will always be exceptions to the rule, there will always be that girl in the class that's better at math than most of the boys, but the reason there are so few women in tech has more to do with human nature than any kind of discrimination. The fact is that more often than not, even though the girls are just as capable in math and science as boys, for the most part they don't like those subject.
  • When did O'Reilly turn into the Oxygen Network?
    2007-09-21 21:36:47  Anna Martelli Ravenscroft | O'Reilly Author [View]

    So - let me get this straight. You click your way into a series of articles about women in tech and then complain about the articles being about [gasp] women in tech?