Ada Lovelace Day T-shirts!

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11 Responses to “Ada Lovelace Day T-shirts!”

  1. Anonymous says:

    my cats are named newton, copernicus, and ada (after ada lovelace). thank you for getting her name out there, she should be a household name!!

  2. Art says:

    Bravo!!!

  3. mslinch says:

    I work for BrainPOP, which is an educational site for kids. We made a new free movie to about Ada Lovelace and her contributions:
    http://www.brainpop.com/math/numbersandoperations/adalovelace/

  4. Betty Alexandra Toole Ed.D. says:

    Super! A perfect measure for all women!!

  5. aixwiz says:

    Is Lady Ada carrying a cane or a crowbar?
    I think it’s a crowbar as she was a hacker before being a hacker was cool.

  6. jdollak says:

    My dog is named Ada, partly in honor of Ada Lovelace.

  7. Anonymous says:

    My daughter is named Ada. Rarely, someone asks, “Like, Lovelace?” but everyone loves it. She’s making us proud by totally hacking her four-year-old world, and oh, yes, we will be celebrating Ada Day.

  8. Anonymous says:

    While this is a cool idea, Ada is probably the least overlooked overlooked lady scientist – How about Lise Meitner day? Or Emmy Noether day? Or Pierre Curie day :P – overlooked spouses deserve their own mention too!

  9. _OM_ says:

    …This could be easily photochopped into a Linda Lovelace Day poster.

  10. Anonymous says:

    This is by Sydney Padua and Lorin O’Brien. Sydney draws “The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage”, found at http://sydneypadua.com/2dgoggles/.

  11. orwellian says:

    This is a wonderful logo, sporting a bit of steampunk in addition to the message itself. I’ve got two nieces and I’m waiting for them to get a little older so we can start doing maker types of things. Yes, little girls like ponies and princesses, but why can’t the princesses make anything, do anything?

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