All about Eve

Get the scoop on the conflict between women's Web sites DigitalEve and Webgrrls International, and how one woman is giving "No more Bush" protests a whole new meaning.

By Janelle Brown - Katharine Mieszkowski
Published January 17, 2001 9:43PM (EST)

Each week, Salon Technology's writers discuss the latest news in high tech. This week Katharine Mieszkowski reports on how Emily Hofstetter, CEO of SiliconSalley.com, discovered a way to protest the election of George W. Bush while taking a shower. Also, Janelle Brown explains the feud between women's Web sites Webgrrls International and DigitalEve.

Technology reporters from Salon appear weekly on "Beyond Computers," a Public Radio International show that airs on more than 200 stations around the country. The show explores the pervasive influence of technology on humanity -- from family, beauty and art to law, politics and the environment. On the show, our writers give their opinionated takes on the biggest technology stories of the week.


Janelle Brown

Janelle Brown is a contributing writer for Salon.

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Katharine Mieszkowski

Katharine Mieszkowski is a senior writer for Salon.

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