Poll results: we asked you whether a visible tattoo was ever acceptable to women lawyers and other professional women.
Last week, we asked you guys for your views of Palin and the media coverage of her. Multiple choices were allowed, which makes it tough to summarize, but: 53% of voters thought that Palin was just being crucified because she’s “honestly so incompetent and McCain’s so old” (nooooo, we weren’t biased at all when we … Read More about Poll Results: Palin and the Media
Liking these posts? Follow Corporette on Twitter — this is the edited version of what we’re reading! (We also Tweet if we hear about a good sale.) – How’s the state of women leadership looking? A variety of blogs weigh in about Newsweek’s article on what women really want, and their recent forum on leadership. … Read More about Weekly Roundup
Liking these posts? Follow Corporette on Twitter — this is the edited version of what we’re reading! (We also Tweet if we hear about a good sale.) – Happy 100th birthday to Catherine Murdock Dewey, one of the first female lawyers in Boston. [Ms. JD] – Do you take your engagement/wedding rings off when you … Read More about Weekly Roundup
– The WSJ explores the benefits of a feminine leadership style. [WSJ] – Advice for those just starting out (or, uh, those who never paid much attention when they started out) regarding healthcare, taxes, and more non-fun adult-type stuff. [NYT] – Tricky: Philip Galanes advises a boss not to tell an assistant to get a … Read More about Weekend Round-Up
If you missed it, you’re in luck: it’s now online. They interview the a range of women, including the ones we always hear about (Oprah, Madonna), the ones we may not hear about but certainly know about (Essie, of Essie nail polish), and the “firsts” — the first woman to sit on the New York … Read More about “Women at the Top” Special Now Online
WowOwow has an interesting new segment where they’ll show a “scene” from their daily life. Today, it’s desks. We’re sort of an odd duck: we’ve been in love with desks for a while now. (We were also in love with libraries as a child, so this may not be that odd.) In our opinion, the … Read More about We love old, musty desks, even in the Internet age