Some stuff I'm reading this week...

Digital Domain - The Forces Driving Women Out of Computer Science - NYTimes.com

Digital Domain - The Forces Driving Women Out of Computer Science - NYTimes.com

When one looks at computer science in particular, however, the proportion of women has been falling. In 2001-2, only 28 percent of all undergraduate degrees in computer science went to women. By 2004-5, the number had declined to only 22 percent. Data collected by the Computing Research Association showed even fewer women at research universities like M.I.T.: women accounted for only 12 percent of undergraduate degrees in computer science and engineering in the United States and Canada granted in 2006-7 by Ph.D.-granting institutions, down from 19 percent in 2001-2. Many computer science departments report that women now make up less than 10 percent of the newest undergraduates.

ColorFlip.com by Rafaël Rozendaal, collection of Sébastien de Ganay

ColorFlip.com by Rafaël Rozendaal, collection of Sébastien de Ganay

This is pretty gorgeous. And insanely addictive.

Op-Ed Contributor - Have You Driven a Bus or a Train Lately? - NYTimes.com

Op-Ed Contributor - Have You Driven a Bus or a Train Lately? - NYTimes.com

The Obama administration should ask the companies, as a condition of financial assistance, to begin shifting from being just automakers to becoming innovative “transportmakers.” As Barack Obama’s new chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel, recently said: “You don’t ever want a crisis to go to waste. It’s an opportunity to do important things you would otherwise avoid.”

msnbc.com video: Cubicle haters find new home by 'coworking'

msnbc.com video: Cubicle haters find new home by 'coworking'

Awesome news editorial for Conjunctured Coworking out of Austin and a great description of the benefits of Coworking.

TwitterCounter: How popular is @missrogue

TwitterCounter: How popular is @missrogue

Twitter stats - fun

Op-Ed Columnist - The Formerly Middle Class - NYTimes.com

Op-Ed Columnist - The Formerly Middle Class - NYTimes.com

In times of recession, people spend more time at home. But this will be the first steep recession since the revolution in household formation. Nesting amongst an extended family rich in social capital is very different from nesting in a one-person household that is isolated from family and community bonds. People in the lower middle class have much higher divorce rates and many fewer community ties. For them, cocooning is more likely to be a perilous psychological spiral.

Horoscope - Moon in Capricorn - What is your moon sign?

Horoscope - Moon in Capricorn - What is your moon sign?

So, found out today my moon is in Capricorn, which is one dimension of why I suck at romantic relationships. And, it is in direct conflict with my Cancerian self as well as my romantic idealism, represented by something in my relationship house. The hardest part of this is that...well...it is true.

Set Editions

Set Editions

A stationery line of letterpressed cards, foil stamped postcards, and other little stuff.

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