This week, in the spirit of International Women’s Month, Cher and James discuss how the conversation online isn’t completely intersectional. In Open Call, Cher and James talk about podcasts that got them through this week, and James also talks about Ruby on Rails.
We were sponsored this week by:
Basecamp: When you use Basecamp to run projects, people know what to do, people know where things are, and you stay on top of everything all the time.
References made during our conversation:
You know we couldn’t forget about Open Call:
Bonus Open Call: The Civil Rights in Chicago Today panel at Newberry Library
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Thanks for listening to episode 46. It couldn’t have been done without the help of the following folks:
The Chicago Podcast Cooperative. Like this show? You’ll enjoy MBSing. Host Mary Beth Smith cuts the BS out of conversation by discussing a topic her guest unabashedly loves thus discovering why people love what we do and how that passion affects us.
Our Patreon supporters: Caty, Amy, Kathy, Stewart, Classy, Jennifer, Joelle, Will, “Michael”, and Revision Path podcast.
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Music by U+1F60C.
Until next time, keep things Open Ended.