BY Samantha Albala
on Nov 11, 2014
I attended my first game jam ever this weekend at NYU’s Gaming Center and I was incredibly nervous and intimidated. I was invited by one of the ladies of Code Liberation, an all-girl organization that aims to level the playing field in the game world and provides free game programing classes to women in order to create gender equality in the gaming industry. This particular event was hosted by a research center centered around game studies and design, digital culture and interactive art. Read More
BY Mariana Garces
on Aug 22, 2014
Dear Kate, our favorite (high tech and period proof!) underwear brand here at Bust, just released its latest collection yesterday, the Ada Collection. Named after Ada Lovelace, the world's first computer programmer, the collection is full of the brand's signature cute, functional, and breathable underwear and matching bralets.
Even more notable, the collection comes along with an amazing lookbook chock-full of amazing models-- all leading women from the tech industry!
Dear Kate didn't have to use real, inspiring women from the technology field as models, but they did, saying,"... Read More
BY Sonia Edwards
on Aug 14, 2014
On your marks, get set, code! This weekend, The Ace Hotel kicks off its second Codeathon series, this time with a focus on women’s health. The Ace and its partners, Jawbone and the Clinton Foundation Health Matters Initiative, will challenge female developers and designers to create new apps focused around women’s physical and mental health. Female innovators in technology and medicine will mentor these women and also judge the final products. Read More
BY Emma Tilden
on Jun 04, 2014
We can all see how technology is changing our lives (for better or for worse—I’m looking at you, trolls), but for some reason the music world has been slow on the uptake; songs addressing technology are few and far between.
Erika M. Anderson, better known by her stage name EMA, is changing that with her new album The Future’s Void. Clash Music (clashmusic.com) has described her work as both “genre-busting” and “gnomic” (not sure what they meant with that one. But apparently her work is “of, pertaining to, or resembling a gnome. Read More
on May 26, 2014
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, oh my! SO MUCH SOCIAL MEDIA DEDICATED TO BABIES! I don’t know about you, but if I see one more baby picture on my newsfeed I might just go crazy. For some reason, mothers feel the need to document EVERY LITTLE THING that their precious little larvae humans do (clearly, I’m the motherly type). Read More