Analee

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Data: 
dimarts, 28 desembre, 2010
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Berlin
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Analee Newitz is the lead editor for science fiction and science blog io9 -- it went live in January 2008, and in 2010, over 2 million people read it every month. I am also a freelance writer, contributing work to Wired, Popular Science, New Scientist, and other excellent publications. During 2004 and most of 2005, I was the policy analyst at the Electronic Frontier Foundation. In 2006 I published a book based on my doctoral research. It's called Pretend We're Dead, and it was published by Duke University Press. In early 2007, Seal Press published a collection of essays I co-edited called She's Such a Geek -- yes, it's about female nerds. My work has also appeared in magazines and papers such as: The Washington Post, New York Magazine, Technology Review, Hilobrow, The San Francisco Chronicle, 2600, The Believer, Nerve, The Utne Reader Online, Alternative Press Review, New York Press, The San Francisco Bay Guardian, The Silicon Valley Metro, and several academic journals and anthologies. From 1999 to 2008, I wrote a weekly syndicated column called Techsploitation, which was about the ways that media mutates and reiterates the problems of everyday life. Formerly, I was the culture editor at The San Francisco Bay Guardian and in 2002 I was awarded a Knight Science Journalism Fellowship, which allowed me to spend the 2002-2003 academic year as a research fellow at MIT [Source: http://www.techsploitation.com/about/]. Annalee Newitz shares with us about her first memories, how did she learn administrating a BBS and her own conception of the meaning of hacking and gender perspectives in the field of free software development.

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Soy la editora principal del blog de ciencia y ciencia ficción io9 que se puso en marcha en enero de 2008, y cuenta en 2010 con más de 2 millones de lectoras cada mes. Soy también escritora independiente, contribuyó a Wired, Popular Science, New Scientist, y otras publicaciones. Durante 2004 y parte de 2005, fui analista político para la Electronic Frontier Foundation. En 2006 publiqué un libro basado en mi investigación doctoral. Se llama Pretend We're Dead, y fue publicado por Duke University Press. A principios de 2007, Seal Press publicó una colección de ensayos que co-edite llamado She's Such a Geek acerca de mujeres nerds. Mi trabajo también ha aparecido en revistas y periódicos como: The Washington Post, New York Magazine, Technology Review, Hilobrow, The San Francisco Chronicle, 2600, The Believer, nervios, La línea del lector Utne, Alternative Press Review, New York Press, El San Francisco Bay Guardian, The Silicon Valley Metro y varias revistas académicas y antologías [Fuente: http://www.techsploitation.com/about/]. Annalee Newitz comparte con nosotros acerca de sus primeros recuerdos, cómo aprendió administrando un BBS y nos brinda su propia concepción de la perspectiva de género en el ámbito del desarrollo de software libre.