Remember when Sia was an indie type best known for mid-level rotation on Triple J? How far she’s come!
Did you know that Industrial Light & Magic is a massive employer of women in STEM? The Women of ‘Star Wars.’ (It’s Not Who You Think.)
I haven’t watched The Expanse yet — I’ve only just started the second book in the series, and am pleased to note that the number of female characters has tripled! From one to three! — but this article pleases me:
Legal shenanigans with bonus cephalopods! Desirable It Is That You Luxuriate in the Octopoid Embrace of These Legal Postulations
One Nation business (no cephalopods): One Nation, two narratives
We don’t talk much about the financial inaccessibility of academic writing, but it’s often on Liz’s mind, since she is a giant nerd who reads history PhDs for fun. Here, historian Kate Bagnall discusses the problems she had asserting her agreed-upon rights to share her work.
How Subway Safety Concerns Really Escalated Quickly (Escalator etiquette in China)
The excellent Elaine Crombie: I am living proof of the stolen generation. Trust me, the trauma is real
I’m seeing Hidden Figures tonight, and I’m pretty excited because I loved the book almost as much as I love Janelle Monae. But here’s an excellent Tweet stream from Abigail Nussbaum about the story the movie tells, what it adds (white saviours) and what it chose to exclude.
Two rallies in Melbourne this Saturday 18 Feb: