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Press highlights

Gift Guide: 12 must-read books for 2019 as recommended by Extra Crunch readers
List, TechCrunch, December 3, 2019

The Lines of Code That Changed Everything
Contributor, Slate – October 14, 2019

Is the Internet Built for Everyone?
Radio Interview, To The Best of Our Knowledge (PRX) – March 23, 2019

Everything Happens So Much
Essay, McSweeney’s Quarterly #54 – November 2018

Best Tech Books 2018
List, Evening Standard – December 2018

8 Inspiring Books on Women Overcoming the Challenges of Working in Tech
List, Entrepreneur – March 8, 2018

Tech’s sexist algorithms and how to fix them
Feature, Financial Times – March 2018

The Top Tech Books of 2017
List, Wired – December 20, 2017

The Problem With Your Chatty Apps
Excerpt, Wired – December 20, 2017

The Best Business And Leadership Books of 2017
List, Fast Company – December 20, 2017

How Silicon Valley’s biases are ruining tech for the rest of us
Excerpt, Washington Post – December 13, 2017

When tech goes wrong: sexist apps, biased algorithms and creepy kids’ videos
Review, i newspaper – November 20, 2017

How algorithms are pushing the tech giants into the danger zone
Article, The Guardian / Observer – November 18, 2017

Tech Products Should Cater to the Bleeding Edge Cases
Excerpt, Slate – November 14, 2017

The Tech Industry Is Clueless About People. Let’s Debug It.
Interview, Mother Jones – November 4, 2017

Facebook treats its ethical failures like software bugs, and that’s why they keep happening
Article, Quartz – October 20, 2017

Biased tech design prompts a writer to call for resistance
Review, Science – October 17, 2017

Combating racist, sexist content on social media
Interview, Salon – October 16, 2017

Silicon Valley is Inserting its Biases into Nearly Every Technology We Use
Interview, Vice Motherboard – October 10, 2017

Tech’s sexism doesn’t stay in Silicon Valley. It’s in the products you use.
Article, Washington Post – August 8, 2017

Why we should design tech for stress
Interview, Spark, CBC Radio – October 23, 2016