Economic Woman

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Recapping Feministe

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I’m still guest blogging at Feministe. It’s great fun – Feministe is a much higher traffic site than my own, and the intellectual level of comments has been very high. If you haven’t already, check out my introduction, a post about women and the US soon-to-be recession, a few definitions of economics, and from today, a slightly off-topic post about

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15 July 2008 at 2:06 pm

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I’m off to the big leagues, and another request

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Turns out my calendar was incorrect, and my Feministe guest posts start  today. That means blogging over here will be light for the next two weeks, but I will throw up some teasers to lure you to Feministe. From the questions and suggestions that have been posted so far, I may be covering some familiar ground, but I’ll also dig up some more original material for you, loyal readers.

My next post will collect a few (hopefully witty) definitions of economics. If you leave a particularly clever one in comments, I’ll include it with attribution and secure your legacy in the feminist blogosphere.

Now, for something completely different: Instead of getting a head start on those posts, or any of the other half-dozen things I have due in the next two weeks, I spent the afternoon configuring an old laptop as a second monitor. Dual monitors are said to increase your productivity by 20 to 30 per cent, and while I’m sceptical about that precise number, it’s sure giving this laptop user more room to think. Perhaps now I’ll be able to post more frequently…

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7 July 2008 at 12:24 am

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