Charles Babbage

Charles Babbage has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia - New pages [en]' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Charles Babbage was highly popular in October, 2016.

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Dissenters' Gallery: The women inspiring art

[...] of more than 700 notable personalities, including Isambard Kingdom Brunel, mathematician Charles Babbage and numerous Fellows of the Royal Society, it is also remarkable for the often unsung women [...]

theweek.co.uk

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18 October

18 October

[...] Palmerston]], [[Prime Meenister o the Unitit Kinrick]] (b. [[1784]]) * [[1871]] - [[Charles Babbage]], Inglis inventor (b. [[1791]]) * [[1871]] - [[Charles Babbage]], Inglis inventor (b. [...]

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Ada Lovelace Day: celebrating women in STEM

[...] to mathematics “poetic science.”  Ada eventually worked under the guidance of Charles Babbage (the ‘father of computers’) and is now credited as the first female computer [...]

scnblog.typepad.com

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Five Fab… new feminist picture books

[...] life of a young girl whose fascination with mathematics and machines leads her to meet Charles Babbage and become involved with early computers. Little People, Big Dreams: Maya Angelou by Lisbeth [...]

bambinogoodies.co.uk

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History of Computer Girls, Part 1: Ada!

[...] for numbers and language, which eventually led to her meeting inventor and mathematician Charles Babbage at the age of 17.  They struck up a friendship and Babbage became her mentor, encouraging her [...]

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Uttarakhand Samiksha Adhikari RO/ARO Solved Paper (Exam Held on: 26-06-2016)

[...] (c) energy (d) temperature (Ans : a) 61. The first mechanical computer designed by Charles Babbage was called– (a) Abacus (b) Analytical Engine (c) Calculator (d) Processor (Ans : b) [...]

appscmaterial.blogspot.com

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Inventions created by women

[...] Algorithm Ada Lovelace is essentially the first computer programer due to her work with Charles Babbage at the University of London in 1842. In fact her notes was an essential key to helping Alan [...]

sbynews.blogspot.com

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Grey Matters

Grey Matters

[...] Who is also known as father of Jquery ? (A) Vint Cerf (B) John Resig (C) Larry Page (D) Charles Babbage [...]

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tedkart.com

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50 Best Inspirational Baby Names

[...] by many as the world’s first computer programmer because of her notes on coding for Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine. She is also the child of the Romantic poet – Lord Byron. 7. [...]

momjunction.com

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Mathematical Analysis and Imagination (From Ada Lovelace to the Jacquard Loom)

[...] Memoirs under the initialism "A.A.L." (Augusta Ada Lovelace). In his biography Charles Babbage writes about Lovelace: "I (...) suggested that she add some notes to Menabrea's memoir, [...]

irenebrination.typepad.com

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28 Incredible Names Inspired By Science

[...] the efficiency of steam. James is an Anglo-Saxon name and means ‘supplanter.’ 17. Charles: Charles Babbage was the creator of the first mechanical computer, which was the prototype for future [...]

momjunction.com

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