Women of Computing

Fred Cisin cisin at xenosoft.com
Sat Dec 4 13:22:26 CST 2021

>>> I really want to see this set produced, especially for the “Ada Lovelace”
>>> and “Admiral Hopper” portions of the set.
>> https://ideas.lego.com/blogs/a4ae09b6-0d4c-4307-9da8-3ee9f3d368d6/post/f39b7001-bf76-46ba-9d61-cb586f1c7a7d
>>> https://ideas.lego.com/projects/3bf5b46c-6c87-4a2d-a2e1-d31ed0e2739e

>>> Great.....not.
>>> Why do we need woke Lego?

>> OK, Boomer.

On Sat, 4 Dec 2021, Bill Degnan via cctalk wrote:
> The correct answer is women and men in computing within some sort of
> historical context so that it does not seem like the fact that a person
> happens to be a woman that they're being featured rather than due to their
> actual accomplishments.

The title sounds like a Playboy spread.
Playboy, Penthouse, Hustler versions of it would certainy sell better.
Especially if life sized.   'course, there's already Lego computer porn.

But, could it compete with a Monroe-Bot?
(Futurama, "I dated a robot" Season 3, episode 47)

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