Archive for July, 2006
Deanna left a comment, and my response to it was getting so long I thought it should be its own post. I stole the title from Dorothea. See her post for part 1.
Though I feel, a little, for your hurt feelings, I must say it seems like you’ve taken this in the wrong [...]
My sister Irene is living in Seoul, Korea right now, teaching English to four year olds. Recently, one of my other sisters, Marian, has gone over to visit her. They’ve been sending me photos and it looks like they’re having a great time. I’m so proud of all my sisters. I’m so glad I’m [...]
I’ve just read the complete HOWTO Encourage Women in Linux and I hope it doesn’t sound strage for me to say it, but I am deeply moved.
I want to share a story. In 2000, when I first moved to Edmonton, I worked for SunSITE Alberta as a systems administrator. One of the servers we [...]
I’ve been off line for a few weeks, wrestling with the house (we have insulation in our walls now! W00t!), and so I’m just now catching up on an excellent volley of blog posts about sexism in systems librarianship and it’s associated conferences, chat rooms, journals, etc.
I’d like to address a related issue: How [...]