Ms Geek’s Guide to Excruciatingly Correct Link Roundup (15th September, 2009)

2009 September 15
  • According to Technorati, blogging is male, old.
  • A movie about Charles Darwin is too controversial for the US market. *headdesk*
  • Less shy of controversy, New Zealand YA author Karen Healey has written about finding cultural consultants to scrutinize her use of Maori and Aboriginal myth in a forthcoming novel.
  • In a similar vein, there’s a Solidarity Tipsheet at Racialicious. The short version: never forget to shut up and listen.
  • Some sweet, sweet debunking of ev psych theories of innate sex differences by Suzanne Reisman. “Smart women who use science and clear prose to create a better understanding of gender constructs rock!”
  • Beth Kanter blogs about Mozilla Service Week, which starts today!
  • Volume 3 of the OTW’s journal, Transformative Works and Cultures, has been released and is available online in full, under a creative commons license.
  • Possibly triggery, but pointedly funny: Sexual Assault Prevention Tips Guaranteed To Work!
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2 Responses
  1. Beth Kanter permalink
    September 15, 2009

    Thanks for the link love

  2. Kat permalink
    September 16, 2009

    A more skeptical take on what’s happening with the Darwin movie: http://www.juliansanchez.com/2009/09/14/darwin-too-hot-for-us/

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