Gal’s Guide Podcast – Women Who Made the Internet

Step aside Al Gore, because Bonnie read a book with a pun in the title all about how so many women made the internet! Learn about the women who invented computer programming and hyperlinks. Learn who decided early computers would be oatmeal color and why we use the term “computer bug” Spoilers! It’s all women!!! We’re tapping into the motherboard on Ep 23 of Gal’s Guide to the Galaxy Podcast!

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Show Notes & Extras:

 

 

  • Ada Lovelace coverage of Your Gal Friday Podcast
  • Grace Hopper – keep your eyes on Bonnie’s Etsy site for the newest artwork of this computer pioneer!
  • Stacy Horn – creator of ECHO (East Coast Hang Out) that was super female-friendly.
  • Nancy Rein of The Well and Women’s WIRE (Women’s Information Resource Exchange)
  • Purple Moon video game developed by women.

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  • Grace Hopper on Letterman YouTube link
  • Crash Course Computer Science with Carrie Anne Philbin. YouTube link.
  • Bonnie’s Ada Lovelace Art. Available on Etsy.

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