Betty Friedan’s The Feminine Mystique hit shelves February 19, 1963. It became a sensational bestseller, helped bring simmering discontent among American women to a furious boil, and—rightly or wrongly—quickly became the media’s byword for a large and complicated movement.
Says Consumerist, a CA woman "not only watched as a Dell tech support worker downloaded nude pics of her remotely...he also set up a website featuring the photos...then used her Dell credit card to buy stuff for another woman:"
Dell is continuing to revise its poorly-received website aimed at women, removing the "Della" branding. Teressa Iezzi writes on AdAge that the debacle exposes how marketers perceive women as a niche, not half the population. Her suggestion: "Just make products and sites that appeal to human beings." [Netbook Choice, …