This is actually Grande Baigneuse au livre (Large Bather with a Book) by Picasso.
Amazon’s success has inspired innovation across the technology sector, but it’s been relatively silent in response to its harmful impacts on Seattle and women.
I was speaking to a friend about their mom’s car accident recently and remembered how impressed I was with my experience with Jeff Donchez, a Seattle-based personal injury attorney: I’d had a car accident that led to a delayed injury which ultimately required surgery. Jeff spent time with me on the phone helping me evaluate Read More
Series Contents I You’ve Got Male II Amageddon: Seattle’s Increasingly Obvious Future III How Our Success is Ruining Seattle IV Flee the Jungle Offers Amazon Alternatives V Seattle’s Coming Amazocalypse VI Photo Gallery of Amazon’s Growth VII An Open Letter to Jeff Bezos VIII Bezos: Frequent Donor, Infrequent Voter Last week, I wrote about the explosive Amazon growth still planned Read More
Amazon’s male programmers struggling to find bathrooms will soon be able to walk home to pee.
While I greatly appreciate Nina Shapiro’s front page story on Amazon’s impacts on The Seattle Times, I disagree with her coverage of the company’s impact on Seattle diversity; in fact, her reporting contradicts two other statistical reports from The Times’ Gene Balk. Her story focused on Amazon’s self-reported worldwide workforce diversity: 37% female, 60% white and Read More
The company’s ignored the massive problems it’s created in Seattle. It’s time to stop shopping with them.