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From the BBC, an hour-long documentary on Ada Lovelace, the world’s first computer programmer. You might have assumed that the computer age began with some geeks out in California, or perhaps with the codebreakers of World War II. But the pioneer who first saw the true power of the computer lived way back, during the transformative age of the Industrial Revolution. Happy Ada Lovelace Day,
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