Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Post's Health & Science section reviews a graphic novel

In graphic — and footnoted — terms, an alternative history of computers [in print as Lovelace and Babbage: A story about a computer in the 19th century].

By Nancy Szokan Washington Post April 21 2015 , p. E2
online at http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/in-graphic--and-footnoted--terms-an-alternative-history-of-computers/2015/04/20/b048cc76-e1e7-11e4-905f-cc896d379a32_story.html

and refers to the author as a "Visual effects artist" - huh?

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