- Like Tearing Off A Scab | Jaym Gates (October 5): “I can only wish the best of strength and courage to the women suffering the harassment for daring to speak up, and hope that we are able to keep this wave going until no one can say to me, “But it’s this way everywhere, why does it matter?””
- The Forgotten Female Programmers Who Created Modern Tech | All Tech Considered | NPR (October 6): “For decades the women who pioneered the computer revolution were often overlooked, but not in Isaacson’s book about the history of the digital revolution.”
- Fostering a Better Work Environment for Women | Re/code (October 10): “The following is a set of “everyday” things you can do, starting immediately. They are easy. They almost certainly require a behavior change. They will make a difference — I know they did for me.”
- 6 Boneheaded Comments Reminding Us That Workplace Sexism Runs Rampant | Inc.com (October 10): Recaps some recent terrible quotes.
- [Trigger Warning: explicit, violent threats] Yet another woman in gaming has been driven from her home by death threats | we hunted the mammoth (October 11): indie game developer Brianna Wu
- The “good name” of GamerGate | Sibyl Moon Games (October 11): “If you truly care about ethical journalism in video games, then now is the time to act. Don’t give harassers a shield of respectability to hide behind. State your clear, unequivocal rejection of harassment tactics and then start a new movement. If you don’t step away… then you are part of a hate movement.”
- My Thoughts This Morning on GamerGate | Whatever (October 11): Scalzi, “So stop standing with people who WANT you to be their useful idiots while they threaten women. You can’t pretend you don’t know anymore.”
A few more links about the Grace Hopper Celebration Ally Panel
- A Small Internet Kerfuffle | Accidentally in Code (October 9): The Good, The Expected Bad, and the Unexpected Bad
- #ghcmanwatch (with images, tweets) | catehstn | Storify (October 8): Another storify from the panel
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