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Book Review - The Mercury 13: The True Story of Thirteen Women and the Dream of Space Flight

Apologies for the long silence here recently.  Work travel schedule has been a little crazy – in fact, there was only one day this week where I was… 445 more words


Bidding adieu to summer


Summer is on its way out and I couldn’t be happier. The slight nip in the air these days followed by the teeny-tiny winter season that barely lasts two months becomes quite valuable after the scorching heat that resides in Delhi for more than half a year. 149 more words

Shameful Justice: Does Shame or Guilt Punish Fairly in America?

Credit: vergenetwork.org Justice

A time for telling truth has come upon us now.
We needn't lie to get us through these times
You see it in my slain eyes and tensioned brow.
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Ada Lovelace Day celebrates women in computing...

Today, Tuesday 14th October, is Ada Lovelace Day. But who was Ada Lovelace? Well, in a sector so deeply dominated by males, it is important to remember that many of the earliest advances in computing and technology were actually achieved by females – and Ada Lovelace was once of the first. 373 more words

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