Sunday, July 07, 2019

Kansas City Learns How Women Invented The Internets This Week

Quick peek at an upcoming local talk that brings gender equality to a mode of communication mostly used for pr0n and intense arguments among keyboard warriors.

Take a look:

Broad Band: The Untold Story of the Women Who Made the Internet

Writer Claire L. Evans, a contributor to Vice, The Guardian, and Wired and former editor of the multiplatform Motherboard, spotlights the unsung female visionaries who've helped write the story of the internet and related technology in a discussion of her book Broad Band: The Untold Story of the Women Who Made the Internet.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Upon reading the headline, I thought you were saying that Al Gore had had a sex change.

Anonymous said...

Good! Time this story was brought out!

Now how about writing a book about Christine Columbus discovering America and the Wright Sisters and their airplane?

Or maybe a tome on Georgina Washington, Thomasina Jefferson, Joanne Adam and the rest of our Founding Mothers?

Oh, and Alexandria Graham Bell, inventor of the telephone and the cracker!

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- YOU'VE GOT NO MALE

Subtitle:
How to ride the coattails of "Hidden Figures" while perpetuating the myth that women prefer Science careers!!!

Anonymous said...

THAT'S hilarious!

There's got to be some fascinating histories of Abby Lincoln, Francine Scott Key, and Benjamima Franklin!