12:30 pm, November 9th | by Sarah Devlin
She’s here, she’s sad, and she Needs To Be Healed (by a dude).
5:45 pm, October 25th | by Carmen Shardae Jobson
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12:30 pm, October 24th | by Sarah Devlin
There’s only one week left until October 31st — time to panic!
12:30 pm, October 23rd | by Sarah Devlin
Well, it’s over. Not the election, certainly, but the next two weeks will be like a piece of cake now that we’re finished with the lengthy, exhausting and frequently frustrating presidential and vice-presidential debates. Now that those are done, the process of reflection (and detoxing from all of those debate drinking games) can begin. Here are ten women-centric moments from the three presidential debates and the vice-presidential debate that made us laugh, cringe, cheer and scratch our heads.
11:30 am, October 12th | by Sarah Devlin
Earlier this week, we talked about five essential items to keep on your desk that will make you more productive and efficient. But what if you already have those essentials? And what if you’ve decided to take advantage of your office’s open floor plan to intimidate all of your coworkers with the awesome stuff on your desk? Since it’s Friday, we’ve out together seven items you can keep on your desk that will make your coworkers think “Wow, girl’s got her life together” and then vow to start making more lists. Read through to be prepared for your next week at work.
12:30 pm, October 10th | by Sarah Devlin
Perhaps you are already an expert in careers in the sciences, but we suspect that there are plenty of organizations doing groundbreaking work in the sciences that most people have never heard of. Here are ten women with awesome jobs in a range of fields, proving that making a living as a scientist doesn’t have to be about being stuck in a lab.
3:30 pm, October 1st | by Sarah Devlin
Have you ever noticed that pop culture has a certain obsession with both love triangles in fiction and judging panels for televised singing competitions that have only one woman on them at a time? Occasionally this mold gets broken, but even if one more lady is added into the mix there is usually at least one other dude added to balance it out. And in every promotional photo the lone woman (or two women) are always, always sandwiched between dudes.
2:30 pm, September 28th | by Sarah Devlin
It’s time to talk about what really matters.
10:30 am, September 27th | by Cass Daubenspeck
If you could go back in time to pick up a floppy disk drive, would you want to? Exactly. And yet, there is technology all around us that persists even though other, clearly superior and mostly digital inventions have taken their place. And I take that personally. It’s the equivalent of me hanging on desperately to the phonograph. Although the phonograph will never be obsolete in my heart.
1:30 pm, September 26th | by Sarah Devlin
The commercial parody is not the most sophisticated form of humor out there — usually it’s some variation of the same joke over and over again — but done well, they can be very, very funny. In the last few years, especially since
we some of us now spend about 17% of our workdays emailing funny videos to one another, the commercial parody has become even more widespread. Here are a few of the best.