Less Than or Equal

Less Than or Equal is a podcast dedicated to celebrating the accomplishments and contributions of geeks facing inequality in their industries.

#98: Thursday Bram

September 20th, 2016 · 51 minutes

Thursday and Aleen talk about writing, the importance of style guides, and Thursday's project: The Responsible Communication Style Guide.


#97: Stephen Hackett

September 6th, 2016 · 71 minutes

Stephen joins Aleen to talk about Relay FM, diversity, the importance of community, and his life as the parent of a child with cancer.


#96: Steven Aquino

August 23rd, 2016 · 57 minutes

Steven and Aleen talk about his path to Apple journalism, the difficulties of writing about accessibility, and the tools he uses to write.


#95: Virginia Poltrack

August 9th, 2016 · 47 minutes

Virginia tells Aleen about her paths to both art and tech, confidence, and the importance of community.


#94: Aki Braun

July 26th, 2016 · 53 minutes

Aki and Aleen talk about working for President Obama’s reelection campaign, being a nomad, and activism.


#93: Sev Leonard

July 13th, 2016 · 63 minutes

Sev tells Aleen about his experience transitioning genders while also transitioning careers and shares how they impacted one another, how he decided against building a tech startup, and the insecurity of indie life.


#92: Alex Laughlin

June 28th, 2016 · 46 minutes

Alex and Aleen talk about podcasting, amplifying the voices of women, and self-promotion.


#91: Lisa Schmeiser

June 14th, 2016 · 74 minutes

Lisa joins Aleen again to talk about the Internet of Things and the thought (or lack thereof) behind All the Things, social media overload, Steven Universe, and My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.


#90: Sonya Green

May 31st, 2016 · 61 minutes

Sonya and Aleen talk about having colorful hair, being passionate about customer support and the nuances of doing it well, and how awesome our 30s have been!


#89: Shelly Brisbin

May 18th, 2016 · 56 minutes

Shelly joins Aleen to talk about why she wrote a book about iOS accessibility, diversity, and putting people in boxes.