The Real Story of Women in Tech - Modern cryptography is born, 1985: Shafi Goldwasser becomes fascinated by number theory and joins MIT. Along with Silvio Micali and others, she conceives of “zero-knowledge proofs,” which become a key tool in cryptography and cyber security. Her contributions to the field “initiate entire subfields of computer science” and trigger developments over the next few decades.
Ending Poverty Easier Than We Think
Believe it or not, this is a single photo. Mind blown. :O
Barbara Liskov of MIT, who recently won the prestigious Turing Award. #stem
The 'world's first' sweaty balls spray (1971 ad)
Edward Snowden: The World Says No to Surveillance
New York Times: June 5, 2015 - Op-ed: Edward Snowden: The world says no to surveillance
Thanassis Krikis Photographie
South Bend, Indiana's mayor just came out as gay in a newspaper editorial
Charles P. (Chuck) Thacker (born 1943) is an American pioneer computer designer. Thacker worked in the 1970s and 1980s at the PARC, where he served as project leader of the Xerox Alto personal computer system, was co-inventor of the Ethernet LAN, and contributed to many other projects, including the first laser printer.