The business and technology worlds are talking about Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In. After reading it, we’re weighing in here.
Here’s a roundup of all of our coverage from SXSW — both the legendary Interactive section and the relatively new education conference. Sorry, no up and coming musicians.
The future of workplace equality and support for people to pursue families and careers obviously matters, Anne-Marie Slaughter said at SXSW. And in many ways that future rests with men?
The Atlantic’s new web channel, The Sexes, focuses on gender issues. The company stresses that it is for both men and women and is not just “another ladyblog.”
Last night at a Google Women Techmakers talk I expected more talk about big problems bringing women into tech. What I got were complaints about the lack of female-sized T-shirts and the sense that the female speakers were treated well by their male colleagues.
An article on women and work-life balance is stirring a predictable flurry of debate on the internet, but the piece is worth reading for those interested in remote collaboration as well as gender issues for what it says about “time macho” work culture and telecommuting.