No Love for Lovelace: A Closer Read of Walter Isaacson's Innovators

I'm glad Walter Isaacson is getting such an outpouring of love from reviewers and talk-show hosts for including Ada Lovelace in The Innovators, his new history of the digital revolution.1 Thanks to Isaacson, Lovelace is finally receiving at least a few bytes of the attention she deserves for having written the first… »10/23/14 2:20pm10/23/14 2:20pm

Lady Scientists Organize Mass Wikipedia Edit to Honor Ada Lovelace Day

All the way back in 1842, when humans still spent all their time huddled around in the dark, gnawing on potatoes and reveling in abject confusion (basically), brilliant genius Ada Lovelace penned the world's first computer program. Nowadays, Ada Lovelace is a women-in-STEM hero; annually, we honor her and celebrate… »10/11/13 12:30pm10/11/13 12:30pm

In Honor of Ada Lovelace Day, Let's Celebrate Lady Science Writers

The official "Ada Lovelace Day" website suggests honoring the occasion (and Lovelace herself, who many consider to be the world's first computer programmer) by "sharing stories of women — whether engineers, scientists, technologists or mathematicians — who have inspired you to become who you are today." Discover's Ed… »10/16/12 11:20am10/16/12 11:20am