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Meritocracy is not Sexism

Canadian Donna Strickland has one the Noble prize for physics. Instead of celebrating, the CBC’s Emily Chung laments that the Rare Nobel Prize win by a woman is a ‘stark reminder’ of sexism in physics. Is she implying that Strickland … Continue reading

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In Business, Meritocracy Always Wins

NBC has a new article titled Reality check: Why #MeToo will not stop men from hiring women. Some of the arguments made seem to border on being anti-meritocratic. As the #MeToo movement marches on with no signs of slowing, the … Continue reading

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Google’s Lack of Meritocracy Revealed

The Full 10-Page Anti-Diversity Screed Circulating Internally at Google has caused a furor at Google and in the media. This you can see merely from Gizmodo’s ridiculously hyperbolic headline. I’m going to reprint some excerpts here and comment. Follow the … Continue reading

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