The Gender Gap In Top Orchestras Is Still Too Wide

“Quartz at Work examined the instruments played by the musicians of the world’s 20 greatest orchestras, as ranked by the UK’s Gramophone magazine [in 2008], to understand how gender shapes their composition.” The findings? Not only are the musician ranks as a whole predominantly male (69%), but with some instruments, the divide is much larger.

It’s Not Only Denise Scott Brown: The Great Female Architects Overlooked In Favor Of Their Husbands

“Scott Brown is not alone. A deeply institutionalised invisibility cloak has long obscured the women in successful architectural partnerships, whether it’s MJ Long’s work on the British Library, a project usually credited to her husband Colin St John Wilson, or Su Rogers and Wendy Foster’s work on early projects with their husbands, Richard and Norman.”

It’s Not Only Denise Scott Brown: The Great Female Architects Overlooked In Favor Of Their Husbands

“Scott Brown is not alone. A deeply institutionalised invisibility cloak has long obscured the women in successful architectural partnerships, whether it’s MJ Long’s work on the British Library, a project usually credited to her husband Colin St John Wilson, or Su Rogers and Wendy Foster’s work on early projects with their husbands, Richard and Norman.”

Ambient Literature: The Latest High-Tech Hack Of The Reading Experience

“Using data from your smartphone such as weather, location and time, the programme interacts with the reader to tell the narrative in a unique and individualised way. No two stories will ever be the same experience. The technology enables the narrative to sync to the reader’s surroundings. So if it’s raining in real life, it will start raining in the story, if you’re sitting in a cafe, the action will take place in a cafe.”