I’ve been working from home since I graduated college, and I don’t think the responses from people who have just found out what I do for a living will ever change. Oh, wow, they want to work in their pyjamas, too; where do they sign up?
When November 8 rolls around, many of my family members will head out to their respective polling locations and cast ballots for Donald “Grab ‘Em by the Pussy” Trump.
If you count yourself among the bookworms of the world, kudos to you. It’s a healthy habit that can improve your life in a variety of ways, including making you a better, more empathetic person.
As the name implies, Ada Lovelace Day (ALD) is a day dedicated to Ada Lovelace. Just as importantly, it’s a day for celebrating the women working in, interested in, enthralled by, or simply excited to learn more about the global world of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
Looking back on the 2016 presidential elections, it seems as though Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) threw his hat into the ring, and single-handedly inspired a generation of voters to cast their ballots in protest of the two-party system and all it represents.
When you talk about a modern-day Renaissance woman, Deanne Bell pretty much fits that bill to a T. Since she was a child, Bell was interested in engineering.