Re: [-empyre-] Lists, softwares and gender roles
> sounds much more strange if you think that the leaders of some important
> virtual communities are women: Trace, Empyre, Rhizome. Here in South
> America, the same occurs, the two of most important virtual communities
> leaders are women: Isabel Aranda, from Chile (http://www.escaner.cl ) and
> myself, from Brazil (http://arteonline.arq.br ). Without any doubt it is a
> very interesting subject to be studied.
to clarify, empyre is facilitated by 2 women, myself (Aus) and Christina
Mcphee (US), and three men: - Michael Arnold Mages
(US), Jim Andrews (Canada) and Felix Sattler (Germany).
i think there is pretty even spread of men and women facilitating lists..
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