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Articles by Samantha Manderfield

About Samantha Manderfield (3 Articles)
A natural enthusiast and generally passionate person, Sam gets excited about most things, especially coffee and new ideas. She’s always eager to adventure to new places and make new friends, online and off. She aspires to live a life of traveling, learning, drinking coffee and writing. Fascinated by the complex relationship society has with technology, she’s researched and written about digital rhetoric and identity formation. Recently she’s been tapping into the fields of natural resource management and environmental policy—she’s a hippie at heart. While she’s not working on her current projects she’s pouring lattes, petsitting, and attending as many indie-folk shows as possible. She's tumbling at
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Feminist hackerspaces and some link spammage

November 5, 2014 // 0 Comments

Hackerspaces: Spaces where computer programmers go to hack things.Aka, tech and programming people in a community-like setting working together on different projects while sharing knowledge and equipment. Feminist Hackerspaces (Sophie Toupin’s in depth explanation): Spaces where female programmers can go to hack away without males looking over ...

Fast Company and a strong female lead

November 4, 2014 // 0 Comments

There are countless sites and publications we read online that don’t include what our friends ate for lunch or who’s in a new relationship with who. Based on our interests, we all have our own preferences—my love for technology, business, and culture leads me to Fast Company. Specifically the “Strong Female Lead” section where they ...

Love, hate, women and technology

November 3, 2014 // 0 Comments

Illustration by Angie Wang, originally posted with story by Ann Friedman. Click quote below to read the article. “Tech’s gender imbalance is the result of a complex set of structural and cultural issues that are incompatible with the values it claims to hold dear.” I love technology. I love technology and how it’s made sharing and ...