Ada Lovelace Necklace and Earrings
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- Ada Lovelace Punchcard Earrings
- Ada Lovelace Punchcard Necklace
Ada Lovelace published the first computer program in 1843. She was also the first person to describe a general-purpose computer. These earrings, part of our Women in Science Collection, celebrates Lovelace's contributions to the field of computer science.
These earrings and necklace are based on punch cards made for the Analytical Engine, the mechanical computer that Lovelace’s program was designed to run on.
Comes with a fold-out card with Lovelace's story.
50% of profits from these earrings go to:
- Black Girls Code
- DIY Girls
These items have small parts and are not made for children!
Analytical Engine Punchcard photos courtesy of Bruce Sterling.