SAT Cancelled for all of South Korea!

Wow! As a student who took the SAT when I was in high school, this is a shock to me. What could possibly cause a whole country to cancel one of the biggest most fate-determining tests in the world? Apparently answers for this year’s upcoming test were found circulating in test-prep centres around the country. How lame. At what point does competition go too far? I understand the need to be better or the best or whatever, but it’s stupid to cheat to get there. If everyone cheats on the SAT, what does that say about their school careers? No … Continue reading SAT Cancelled for all of South Korea!

“Women Are Not Developers” and Other Nonsensical Sayings

WRONG. And yet, as I venture into more software packages, I find stereotypes in even the simplest of things, like training graphics.   The training graphic above is clean, elegant and easy to use. I’m a developer, so I should click the developer button. But why is its icon a man, while the content admin is a woman? I let it slide this time. Then, in another document, I came across a similar situation, but in a diagram. This time, the developer was male and the front-end user was female. Wow. I understand where the stereotypes come from, but why … Continue reading “Women Are Not Developers” and Other Nonsensical Sayings