Designing Systems that Gain Public Trust: Simplicity, Transparency, and Security in e-Voting Systems

This posts are part of a series of official blog posts I am doing for the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing. You will find them cross-posted here. – In this presentation, Kathy S Faggiani (Milwaukee School of Engineering) posed a massively important question to her audience: how confidant are you that your vote […]

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Arrived at Hopper: Resume Clinic was great, about to present my poster

I’m here in lovely Tuscon, AZ for the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing, eating popcorn from tiny bags and eagerly anticipating dinner. I’ve given my pitch to a few companies, attended a great resume clinic (here’s my resume, now a fixture on feelingelephants), and am dashing around Amelia (my laptop) opening windows to […]

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A Humanities Major’s Guide to Surviving GHC09

As a geek whose geekiness comes out in her work (social media consulting, blogging, web presence development), her achievements (only high school student with an essay in She’s Such a Geek, programmer for Stanford University Libraries at 18, three time presenter at Hopper) but not her major (Ethics, History and Public Policy [an interdisciplinary major […]

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