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Links 1 through 10 of 33 by Meri Williams tagged diversity

Article about how the changing "internet generation values" will change the workplace. Certainly some of these dynamics are at play -- the extent to which the general population really lives open source-esque values, however, I'm not sure is as great as posited.

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This is both funny and sad. Well written, but sad that it is needed.

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Interesting to see that even the City is getting better from a diversity point of view.

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"The All-India Services Performance Appraisal Rules 2007 contains a three-page health section asking women for a "detailed menstrual history" as well as other personal information, such as when they last took maternity leave."

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"Anyone wanting to use the service [..] can send plain text, rich text, html or Word documents by e-mail. Within a few minutes they receive their document either as an MP3 audio file or as electronic Braille." Cool idea.

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"Whatever their reaction, the code of conduct is the same. Girls are meant to make themselves as appealing as possible, and wait to be asked. Boys are meant to ask, and if they are turned down, keeping asking around until someone says ‘yes’."

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I've started a blog to go with the Make Me A Speaker! wiki, where I'll be interviewing the mentors and mentees and so on. This first interview is with John Allsopp and he has some interesting perspective on getting started as a speaker.

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"Diary of an intrepid entrepreneur's attempt to build a start-up on her own"

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"Maybe we need to figure out what those magic forcefields keeping women out of science and technology are. I think we already have a pretty good idea though."

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"To all of the bloggers out there wondering if people get up in arms about white-bread conference speaking rosters because they think conference organizers are outright showing bias against women (or minorities) when choosing those rosters, the answer is

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