"Eric, meet Tom"?
I'd rather say "Eric, meet Marie-Antoinette."
When accounting for career, hours worked, experience, etc.
The assumption here is that all these factors are under voluntary control of the women themselves, as opposed to being forced upon them by employers and societal expectations.
I've not been posting on Slashdot much this week, because I've been trying out Soylent News, which is using (and old version of) Slashcode (with some improvements) and lacks corporate overlords. It seems to have captured most of what I like about discussions in Slashdot, although is suffering slightly from not having nearly as many active users (50 or so comments is still the norm and it probably needs 100+ to be sustainable).
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I should try it again. I found it frustrating on my 400MHz machine that gameplay became really slow when the map became complex (2-3 minutes for all of the AI turns to run really breaks immersion), but on a modern machine it's probably quite a lot faster.
Actually, thinking about how long I spent playing it, maybe I shouldn't...