The spate of popular media culture coverage of my research on women in computing that surrounded the publication of the Google Manifesto continues unabated. On Equal Pay Day (April 10), my work was featured in Time Magazine in an article on Equal Pay Day 2018: Myths About the Gender Wage Gap. An article in Business Insider on How bias pushed the ‘Computer Girls’ out of tech - Business Insider also referenced this research. And most prominently, Emily Chang’s recent book Brotopia: Breaking Up the Boys’ Club of Silicon Valley draws extensively on the arguments and sources of my The Computer Boys Take Over book. Finally, in a review essay published in the journal Science, Technology, and Human Values, Kate Miltner of the Annenberg School of Journalism at UCLA provides a brilliant overview of the recent historical literature on gender and computing that discusses The Computer Boys in the context of Janet Abbate’s Recoding Gender and Marie Hicks’ Programmed Inequality. If you are looking for a starting point into this literature, Miltner’s essay is the place to begin.