Well, if hanging upside down is your thing.
A freelance developer was just trying to enjoy lunch with her son when she overheard IBM executives openly talking about how they weren’t going to hire young women.
When I first saw this on the daily dot website I was a little skeptical because it was a single sourced anecdote on a questionable website.
However, my experience in the IT industry is such that I find this banter not only plausible but beyond likely. I sat through a few interviews with female candidates where inappropriate questions were asked about their family planning or plans. I think those type of questions are illegal in Alberta, and probable most other places as well.
Still, it would be nice to have some corroboration of who these guys are and their positions, and whether they will be attending some human resources information sessions in the near future.
South side of the low level bridge. Wondering why Edmonton never had a medium level bridge or an extremely high level bridge. Or a level level bridge
Hazy Calgary skyline from McHugh bluff. Just noticed you can’t see the Calgary tower from the south anymore.
Mill Creek Ravine park. One of my new and old favourite places. We used to play here as kids (pre-gentrification) when there were no bike paths or foot bridges. Just bush and crude trails. And the odd homeless camp. Our moms told us there were pervs there but we went anyway. Too much fun.
Normally, I don’t like posting these graphics, because it’s almost impossible to verify the origin of the quotation. Nonetheless….