Somewhere out there, a woman named Sarah Perez is probably very frustrated by technology. No, not me, a different Sarah Perez. She signs up at websites to receive information, and it never comes. Friends invite her to gatherings, and she never hears about it. She tries to reset her password, but the password reset never arrives.
The federal government collects gobs and gobs of data on people, and thanks to a little something called the Freedom of Information Act, people can make requests to liberate some of it. It sounds simple enough, but navigating the labyrinthine process and drafting the request is no easy thing.
That’s where SARAH comes in.
Technology has played a major role in bringing women into the workplace, and provided a largely gender-neutral communications platform. But there is still a way to go in terms of achieving full gender equity in the IT&T sector and more broadly in society.
Am trying to use radio button group widget to select gender in my application. Now here is the thing. The user will select a gender and on clicking the button the user will be guided to the respective activity. I wrote the code . The second problem is that my program does nothing though am launching new activities in the if part.
A highlight of yesterday's excellent LinuxCon and CloudOpen conference was definitely the kernel panel featuring Sarah Sharp, Ted Ts'o, Greg K-H, Linus Torvalds and moderator James Bottomley. Some quotes:
Sarah: "There are misconceptions about the kernel community. Younger people don’t see linux as sexy, but perhaps Android makes it more of interest.
For some bizarre reason between now and 2 days ago, my Google voice switched from being a female voice to a male one. It also sounds quite British now (not sure, only heard 2 words)?
But I haven't changed any settings, still on English (US).
Anyone else been experiencing Google Now being quite ambiguous in the gender department? I was a bit startled :p