July 2021
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Kitty Purry: The Recap

A couple of months ago, I made a deal with the internet.

“Internet,” I said, “help me raise more money for the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth and I promise to do silly things for your amusement. In fact, if you help me to raise at least $2000, I will run the last mile of […]

On Women in Technology

I recently got into a (somewhat) heated discussion on twitter with some folks about all-male technology panels and what that means for women in technology fields. It’s pretty much impossible to talk with any nuance in 140 characters or less, so I thought I would expand on my thoughts here.

(My apologies for this […]

Jai Nepal

Some things you need to know about Nepal:

It is one of the poorest countries in the world. When I lived there, we lived a few buildings down from the Ministry of Roads and the street was almost undriveable. Which is to say that… Their infrastructure is not good. The recent earthquake was massive. And it was shallow. Which […]

Family During the Day

The Sandy Hook shootings hit me particularly hard. I think it’s partly because I think about my baby and how I want to do everything I can to keep her safe. And it’s partly because I work in a building with half a bazillion TVs in it, and they’re all tuned in to cable […]

Not Forgetting

I would imagine that everyone over the age of 15 or so has their own 9/11 story. I’m no exception.

(I would also imagine that pretty much everyone who has a blog is going to write out their 9/11 story today. In this, I am also no exception.)

I was a college student at […]