Intolerable

  • Faruk has written an excellent well-reasoned riposte that also includes a valuable history lesson.
  • A former Googler wrote a three point rebuttal:
  • Despite speaking very authoritatively, the author does not appear to understand gender.
  • Perhaps more interestingly, the author does not appear to understand engineering.
  • And most seriously, the author does not appear to understand the consequences of what he wrote, either for others or himself.
  • Angela Saini — author of Inferior—wrote in The Guardian about the decidedly unscientific cherry-picking of data within a memo that claims to be all about the science.
  • Ethar Alali published a three-part dissection of the manifesto:
  1. A narrative on the Google Anti-Diversity Manifesto
  2. Facts claimed, facts maimed
  3. Facts claimed, facts maimed (more).

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