I got this link from the Today show sent to my email a couple of times today.
It's an article/video about a group of women who have joined together to show that women can be real engineers as well as easy on the eyes (as an old power plant friend put it).
As a girl in the engineering field, it's very uplifting to watch. Successful women engineers sitting together in a group, (not pulling out each other's hair talking smack) talking about what they do as if - meh - it was no big deal. Just something they liked to do.
My only question was... how come I'm not in this interview?