Items of interest found recently in my RSS feed. What did I miss? Please share what you've been reading (and writing!) in the comments.
- Celebrating Ada Lovelace day – by recognising Kirrily Robert and the Geek Feminism blog
- Ada Lovelace Day 2010
- Quickhit: Remember Ada
- Ada Lovelace day: Women techies in the spotlight
– Hip hip hooray for the fabulous Geek Feminism blog! And Skud!
– “This Ada Lovelace Day, I want to commemorate a real life Uhura — Dr. Mae Jemison. She was the first black woman to go into space in real life”
– GeekFeminism Blog’s Ada Lovelace Day solicitation for links from commentors
– “As a techie, she was ahead of everyone in the building who wasn’t actually conversant with a programming language, and in some respects she was even ahead of those people. What that woman couldn’t do with about twenty-five intricately linked database tables and a fearsomely complex reporting tool, isn’t worth knowing about.”
And from our archive of Friday Hoyden STEM honoraries we have:
Friday Hoyden: Elizabeth Blackburn, Nobel Laureate