April 18, 2005

Where Are The Women Of [Insert Cyber Topic Here]


The Women of IP Law & Policy: More than a Footnote

Siva asks why more women aren't featured at debates like this one, especially when there are outstanding female intellectual property scholars like Rosemarie Coombe, Pam Samuelson, Jessica Litman, Julie Cohen, Ann Bartow, Sonia Katyal, Susan Crawford, Beth Simone Noveck, and Rebecca Tushnet. ...

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Speaking of which, Mr. Scoble knows of no geek women or women interested in technology or Longhorn (Microsoft's next wonderkid) in Silicon Valley. If you match this criteria - female, tech, Silicon Valley - drop by and say Hi. He also doesn't understand why only guys are asking questions of Jim Allchin, Longhorn architect and O/S VP.

But I should note for myself, while it's true that the rulers of the world are pretty much all white men, very few white men get to be rulers of the world.

By Seth Finkelstein | posted in politics | on April 18, 2005 10:07 PM (Infothought permalink)
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Of interest regarding a previous entry

Posted by: don warner saklad at April 19, 2005 09:19 AM