The medium is the message. The sites here should be about the Internet and the things women are doing on it.
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ACM Committee on Women in Computing
Celebrates, informs and supports women in computing, and works with the ACM-W community of computer scientists, educators, employers and policy makers to improve working and learning environments for women.
The Ada Project
Provides resources for women in computer science; job hunting resources and grant information.
Seeks to balance and diversify the Debian Project by actively engaging with interested women and encouraging them to become more involved with Debian (Linux distribution).
Gender Issues with Computers
News articles highlighting the role of gender with computers.
A nonprofit organization located in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. It is run by female volunteers only. They encourage women to crash computers and to put them all back together again. Preferably with an improved installation.
Getting girls interested in computers. Include tips and links.
ICT Gender Awards
Awards for projects by women using ICT's for the promotion of gender equality and/or women's empowerment.
Recruiting Girls and Women to Technology
About efforts in California to raise the percentage of women in computer programming training.
An informal organization for technical women in computing.
WIT - Women in Information Technology
A network of members in Queensland focussed on the advancement of women in technology industries.
Women In Technology
Originally founded by Jerry McDonough at the School of Information Management and Systems, the site has morphed somewhat over the years, and now also covers science, research, engineering, and other technology-related fields, but has tried to stay true to Jerry's original vision.
Women's Internet Council
The resource clearinghouse for RAIN Network's Women's Internet Council.
Women-Related Lists for Internet Information
Email lists that focus on the internet and cyberculture.
Providing local, national and international leadership for women in computing.
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