I choose this article because it was related to how women were segregated from men. It directly relates to the article Half the Sky because it was referring to how a man went to a debate and the women and men were separated and he told them they had to mix up. In Half the Sky Bill Gates also had this issue of women and men being segregated and he told them if they wanted to be in the top 10 they would have to work with women.
Professor highlights data marking gender inequality The Daily Cougar The world of economics has had many issues debating stability and justice, including the big controversy revolving around the battle of the sexes or the idea of gender inequality...
While the SLD styling language used in GeoServer is very powerful, it's no secret that it's somewhat verbose to author. One reason for this is the need to define multiple rules to specify different styles based on attribute values.
Three.js is a very promising tool if you want to add a third dimension to your web maps. In my last blog post, I showed how easy it was to create a WebGL Earth in the browser. Today, I'm starting a new blog series about terrain ...
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