Geek girl T-shirts (October 6, 2005, 0) - The two women from HR wore Google Women’s Tees.
From the website: “We originally designed this shirt for our efforts in recruiting women engineers.”
Seeing the shirt on them made me think about my geekwear, and why I
found the Google Women’s Tee a bit strange.
I like wearing tech shirts. They’re a great way to identify myself to
Blogging is vanity (May 30, 2006, 0) - Congratulations to Stephen Perelgut for making it to the #1
most-commented blog entry in IBM and #4 hottest blog! Heh. Blogging as
ego-stroking. ;) It was an interesting blog entry, though, and I’m
glad he sparked such a conversation. Hooray for blogs!
I usually hover about #3 on hottest blogs within IBM. Stephen thinks
it’s because my blog title is
Pfft. Geek bias. (November 5, 2004, 0) - Hmm. 51.67653% – Super Geek. Oh well. Slightly disappointing. ;) Then
again, I’m not part of the usual(?!) geek culture. I don’t really dig
media or collect stuff. I’m a free software, text UI kind of girl.
Being a girl (May 31, 2006, 0) - Tara Hunt
knows what it’s like to fade into the background if one has a
partner in crime. I don’t really have that problem, probably because
people are, like, “Ooh! a girl!” Kinda.
I like being a girl. I like turning up to tech conferences in dresses
and earrings. I like hacking my computer T-shirts into something with
more style. I
Whoa, onto something cool here: advertising on the back of my laptop (August 22, 2006, 0) - UPDATE: See http://sachachua.com/advertise-on-my-laptop.html
Want to grab the eyeballs of every geek at BarCampEarthToronto
and the other tech events I go to? Advertise on the back of my
laptop. Even better: tell me enough about your stuff so that I can
enthusiastically talk about it.
I’m an evangelist. Give me something cool to talk about.
The back of an 8.9″ laptop screen