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Memory Loss: 0, Stacy: 1

I just made it home from the pet store without GPS. Lovelace, our sweet dog pictured above, needed different dog food, she’s recently lost her appetite and I bought her a new chew toy to try. 44 more words

To Lucasta, Going to the Wars

It took me awhile to sit down and write another blog post; mostly from lack of subject-matter which managed to grab my imagination, and fire me up for a session of writing. 899 more words


Lovelace and Babbage

Okay, so technically this book is called The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage but…the adventures really aren’t that thrilling? So, we’re going with just Lovelace and Babbage because the book is stillĀ educational and interesting it’s just not, y’know, exciting. 505 more words


Julia Constance Fletcher

In 1876, when she was eighteen, Julia Constance Fletcher, an American-born author who was living in Venice at the time, published A Nile Novel, or Kismet… 479 more words

Oscar Wilde

Ada Lovelace

Ada Lovelace, born December 10th 1815 in England, was a mathematician who is considered to have written instructions for the first computer program.

Her mother, who had a passion for mathematics, raised Lovelace with an excellent education inĀ all subjects, particularly maths. 340 more words


Ada Lovelace at 200

Today marks the 200th birthday of the pioneering thinker and computer programmer, Ada Lovelace. Her impact on cultural and scientific production is clearly vast, vaster by far than we have time or space to go into here, but do have a look at this excellent piece on… 249 more words