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Silicon Valley’s #MeToo Moment Didn’t Change Anything

The missteps of tech culture, most women say, remains a discussion that doesn’t easily traverse gender lines

The book covers of “Uncanny Valley,” “Whistle Blower,” and “Reset” are featured against Silicon Valley cityscape background.
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InIn January, Anna Wiener (a Silicon Valley neophyte turned tech worker turned writer for the New Yorker) published Uncanny Valley, a shrewd, reflective portrait of startupland. The memoir came…




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Taylor Majewski

Taylor Majewski

Writes about tech. Building something new with @humanventures. Previously @ProductHunt and @TheInformation.

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