Possibly, but I did send it to my sons and daughters and nieces. It really shows the way to a better work place.
The women who got to the top because of all the pioneers before her took the time to say. "the view from up here is great, and you need to take a leadership role".... to make sure not only you, but your peers and your daughters and grand daughters continue to build the momentum to equality in the work place.
Sharing that some nerd named his project after her "the whale".
Not really. Some of the ideas have to stew. And I don't agree that you can have perfect children, even if that is all you spend your life's work on.
I would recommend that if you're on facebook- Friend Lean in.org or what every she has set up. This is a true gift that a person who is running a very important company at this time in our history, would take the time to salvage the attempt to address this issue by her mentor Larry Suimmers, when he was at Harvard and he was run over by a Mack truck. Summers obviously picked the right person to mentor.
Yes I would.
The plot twists didn't seem contrived.
Nesbo continues to survive under difficult circumstances.
Life at McCarter
The only way to experience the story.
I want my family to hear it.
Mark brought the history of the internet and computing together in a way the set the stage for the future of this technology. Both Good and Bad.
I really enjoyed how it is still all about people, and institutions and hardware and choices that were made that had unintended consequences.
Lane told the story in a way that made it fit together. You could tell what was important, what was interesting and what was background.
Just when you thought it was safe to go back
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