Lost in the history of the ENIAC is the involvement of six women who helped program the new computer. There were no instruction manuals or books to show them how. The autobiography of one of those programmers, Jean Jennings Bartik was released in November. Bartik passed away in 2011, before was published.
Jean Jennings, who I also respect tho not as much, seems to have reduced Automobile to just another car mag. It’s a shame, but at least it resulted in a place in Parma! I have also liked Kittman, who i read fairly regularly.
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