This week in our WiCipedia roundup: Taking names and tweeting salaries for equality's sake; a satirical guide to being a woman in tech; Google walkout was a long time coming; and more.
Also emerging from the Google tornado is former Googler Sarah Cooper's hilarious guide to how to be a woman in tech. Business Insider explains that in How to Be Successful Without Hurting Men's Feelings, Cooper, who is also a comedian, took experiences from her time at Google to write a satirical guide with topics such as "How to be harassed without hurting his career" and "How to bring your true self to work and then hide it completely." Cooper wrote that the manual "was sparked from all the things I did at Google to seem more likable and approachable, like being less direct with feedback and using all those smiley faces in my emails, as well as the double standards I saw between my male and female coworkers." Anyone else thinking back to Kristen Bell's Pinksourcing video? (See WiCipedia: The Women Helping Women Edition.)
— Eryn Leavens, Special Features & Copy Editor, Light Reading