Chip Chick meets Intel's Genevieve Bell

Rikki Endsley

ROSE Blog: Rikki's Open Source Exchange

Jun 25, 2009 GMT
Rikki Kite

Recently Chip Chick (aka Helena Stone) attended the IntelUpgrade event where she met Genevieve Bell. Genevieve, an anthropologist and Director of User Experience with Intel's Digital Home Group, led a session called Ethnography Update “Women & Technology”.

Today Chip Chick posted a blog about Genevieve's session, which examined how women use technology in different places. Chip Chick observes, "It is fascinating to comprehend, that even though we are living in a global village where our own social and economic actions can effect others on the other side of the planet, and international communication between individuals is so common, that different communities in different places could use technology so differently, and manage to have such different desires for their use of technology." Read her entire post to learn more about Genevieve's session.

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