Newsweek’s recent cover story:
[…] fortunes being made now and business models and corporate cultures forming today will be with us for a century to comeâ€”and women are for the most part sidelined. Zuckerberg, Gates, Thiel, Muskâ€”these are our Carnegies and Morgans and Rockefellers, whose names will be on museum wings and university halls 100 years from now. And thereâ€™s not a female among them.
Too many talented women being forced from the field (or never allowed in) by boors and sexist jerks. A depressing counterpoint to Grace Hopper’s contributions to computer science. Where would we be without her dedication and intelligence? Let’s hope her name is remembered in a hundred years.