Adrienne Blaine is a Millennial writer from the South Bay. She has a BA in Comparative Literary and Cultural Studies combined with Communications and Media Studies from Franklin University Switzerland. Living in Switzerland for four years and traveling from Morocco to Iceland introduced her to diverse art, culture and food. She currently lives in San Francisco and writes about these topics.
How a 10-volume set published by the nearly forgotten Delphian Society in 1913 inspired one young writer to finally start contributing to Wikipedia -- and to throw herself into the male-dominated world of coding.