Birth Control Delivered to Your Door: The Nurx Birth Control App Expands Around the Country

The company aims to make contraception easy and affordable—just like it should be.  Read more »

In California, a Government App Will (Finally!) Track When Police Shoot Civilians

I tested out the new tool that California will use to track violent encounters. And found some problems.  Read more »

New Music Monday: Miss Geo

Boston techno trio Miss Geo makes a strong case for the argument that new technologies actually mean new and different ways to connect.  Read more »

Kids These Days

Kids of this generation get a bad rap but we’re working to make a better future together. Read more »

Trolls Target Leslie Jones of "Ghostbusters" With Racist Abuse

Why won’t Twitter do more to protect their users from harassment?  Read more »

New Website LedBetter Maps the Glass Ceiling of Nearly 2,000 Major Consumer Brands

Many companies claim gender parity in leadership is a priority but which ones are actually following through? Read more »

Debugging Bias: Busting the Myth of Neutral Technology

We must recognize that the engine of the tech revolution—the assumption of inherent neutrality—is faulty. Read more »

Access, Not Just Google: Are Infosystems Erasing Women’s Work?

The social responsibilities of librarianship are critical tasks in an information society. Read more »

Bioliteracy Sounds Awesome, But It Needs To Be Inclusive, Too.

 Public hackerspaces dedicated to DIY science are trying to make high-tech tools accessible to all. Read more »

Chariots of Feminist Fire: A New Ride Share App Aims to Serve Only Women

A new ride-sharing app offers all-female drivers. Maybe Uber will go down in flames? Read more »