Interviewing & the gender factor
Interesting. So far, the male geeks observed by their mates spend "multiple hours" of home time online or tinking w/ computers. None of the couples so far have children living at home but most aren't parents.
I wonder how clearer data can be garnered through my interviewing without the question being a leading one. Maybe rely on the good 'ole "if any" qualification e.g 'how much time - if any - do you spend outside of work on computers, programming, etc?'
I haven't interviewed spouses/partners of female computer techs yet but hope to through DC Web Women in the next month.
--Still irked w/ myself for the whole camera shot issue for the most recent interviews. But alas, to live is to learn & that damn well applies to camera work too.