Letters to Lovelace Competition
What do you think would interest Ada Lovelace about 21st century technology? That’s the question we’re asking girls ages 18 and under to answer in celebration of the English mathematician’s 200th birthday.
Show or tell us your answers in almost any form—just be sure to communicate to Ada in ways that she would understand. Remember that she did not have electricity, telephones, or - of course - computers. What do you want Ada to know about technology today? What would she find fascinating, exciting, or surprising? Is there anything she might not understand or like about contemporary technology?LEARN MORE
The Boston Computer Society Presents: 1981 Forum on the Future of Personal Computers
If you lived in the Boston area in the 1980s, you could have enjoyed an unusual front-row seat to the unfolding history of the personal computer industry. Each month, The Boston Computer Society (BCS) hosted a dialog between several hundred personal computer users and some of the most influential thought leaders of the day.
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The Man Behind the Curtain of Amazon's Lab126
Gregg Zehr, president of Lab126, the Silicon Valley-based research and product development laboratory for Amazon, talks about his rural Midwestern upbringing, emergence into the tech world through companies like Apple and Palm, and the engineering of the original Amazon Kindle e-reader in his fascinating oral history.