This week’s tech news has included a massive earnings report from Apple, Snapchat’s Discover launch, Apple Watch shipping dates and a particularly inflammatory Newsweek cover. These are our best stories (1/24-1/30). Read More
The relaunched version of Newsweek is no stranger to controversy. Almost a year ago, it brought the ire of the internet upon it with its launch story on Bitcoin creator Satashi…
Today’s episode of CrunchWeek is a very special milestone for us here at TechCrunch, marking the 100th time we’ve met up to casually talk about the week’s most interesting news. Read More
Newsweek’s current cover story on sexism in Silicon Valley is getting negative attention for dressing up what it defiles: unequal footing for women in technology. Continue reading ? The post Artist behind Newsweek cover: it’s not sexist, it depicts the ugliness of sexism appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
The scenarios depicted in the Newsweek story were disturbing, but frankly they remained somewhat abstract for me until I taught my class at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business several hours later. Read More
Post by Michele Zipp. We are well aware that magazines often resort to controversy when it comes to their covers all in an effort to sell copies. But the image used to illustrate Newsweek's cover story, "What Silicon Valley Thinks of Women," is igniting a firestorm of its own. Show More Summary
Tech has some issues. You read trade pub stories about sexual harassment and assault allegations so often its absurd. Newsweek, which just discovered there are only a few women in tech, sent accomplished author Nina Burleigh to investigate tech gender politics. She did an adequate job in her piece, “What Silicon Valley Thinks Of Women.” Read More
Newsweek is under fire for its latest cover, which shows a woman dressed in red standing while a mouse cursor lifts up her skirt.
Newsweek's provocative cover of a professional woman's skirt being lifted by a web cursor has reignited the decades-old claim that Silicon Valley is an unabashed boys' club. Nina Burleigh, author of the cover story, points to the fact...Show More Summary
It was supposed to illustrate a story about sexism in Silicon Valley, but Newsweek’s cover, showing a cursor lifting up a skirt, has come under fire for being offensive itself.
Behind every provocative magazine cover lies an article whose worth we can only determine by actually reading it. Newsweek’s cursor-lifting “upskirt” cover … Read More
Here is some stuff in the news today...Let's begin with what is, of course, the most important news item of the day: The more you know. Insert your favorite fishmonger jokes here. Yesterday, Newsweek debuted a cover image for a story on sexism in tech that has been criticized by a lot of women (and men). Show More Summary
It's going to take a revolution to change the sordid and systemic sexism in Silicon Valley. Our cover story: http://t.co/1qXvXer9cs — Newsweek (@Newsweek) January 29, 2015 Read more...
Newsweek’s latest cover is pissing off a lot of people. It’s a startling image, and the Twitter universe let loose on it. One called the cover “garbage.” Another said it was “horrid.” A few mentioned that the cover ruined whatever the...Show More Summary
Because an image speaks a thousand words. The post Newsweek Takes On Sexism In Tech With Sexist Cover appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Newsweek's newest cover story takes a really in-depth look at the not-oft-talked-about issue of sexism in Silicon Valley. But it's the provocative cover image they went with that's getting all the attention on Twitter.
Here's the cover for the latest issue of Newsweek. A lot of people are freaking out over it. You can read the full story here. We haven't had a chance to go through the whole article, but the cover is what's really grabbing everyone's attention. Show More Summary
Here is the cover of the new print edition of Newsweek. (more…)
During NYC's expected #blizzardof2015, emergency responders, the elderly & the disabled will receive free cab rides — http://t.co/dbtYkoQkdq — Newsweek (@Newsweek) January 26, 2015
It's not hard to imagine Latterly linking up with more magazines, or even newspapers.