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Women and Wikipedia

Internet Basics

πŸ““Online Commodities

How the Web Works

How HTTPS works

Consumer and Creator

πŸ““1. Creator = ConsumerπŸ““2. The Active ConsumerπŸ““3. β€œCreator-GTMβ€πŸ““3.A. Where the Viral Things AreπŸ““4. The Anonymous EconomyπŸ““5. Pre-founder: People-focused investing

NonTechnicals

πŸ““5.A. Pre-founder: Nontechnicals

Creator Studies

πŸ““1. Intro to Creator StudiesπŸ““2. Creator PolicyπŸͺŸ2. View: ResearchπŸ““3. A Spectrum of InfluenceπŸ““4. Influencing Influencers

Investment

πŸ““TCM/C-TAMπŸ““Revisiting Community InvestingπŸ““Rethinking Consumer LTVπŸ““β€œOrganic” = unpaid?πŸ““Introducing: On-Page Collaboration, LiveWriting, anti-Press PublishπŸ““VC Managers: Finding your styleπŸ““Women’s Consumer (2022)πŸ““The β€œonline” button

Translation

πŸ““β€œGenZβ€πŸ““Directory

Personal Journal

πŸ““An intro to Personal JournalπŸ““Advice for a Y1/Y2 woman in VCπŸ““Advice for a Y3 woman in VC πŸ““My love letter to JournalistsπŸ““Women and Wikipedia πŸ““β€œPedigreeβ€πŸ““Why I dropped out

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This is completely anecdotal.

I took a class in college called β€œJRNL 5250: Gender in the Newsroom” by Meg Heckman.

At the end of the class, we were encouraged to find notable journalists or individuals who contributed to the news ecosystem, or even historians, that were not on Wikipedia.

I then realized exactly why this could be important. There are a bunch of incredibly significant individuals that change the way that the world works that never get documented.