webbys:

In 1842, Ada Lovelace wrote the first computer program. Today, and every day, we celebrate her legacy and the contributions of all women in science, technology, engineering, and maths. 

Want to join the worldwide celebration? There’s a Wikipedia Edit-a-thon taking place today starting at 3pm ET to ensure that the discoveries and accomplishments of women in STEM are properly represented.

fastcodesign:

The term “selfie” first appeared on Flickr in 2004, but it took nearly a decade to become part of the popular lexicon, according to a new infographic, The Selfie Phenomenon.

See the full infographic here: Co.Create

mentalflossr:

The ‘Refrigerator Ladies’ Who Programmed the ENIAC

Meet the long-forgotten women who programmed the first all-electric computer.

webbys:

Portrait of the entire Internet, 1969 

Pixels on screen

(via webbys)

thisistheverge:

1.26 billion Facebook profiles become a clickable monument to humanity

"Creative Technologist" Natalia Rojas has mapped the profile photos of Facebook’s 1,267,191,915 (and counting) users on just one web page. "The Faces of Facebook" is organized from top left to bottom right by the date each user joined Facebook, and in total creates a glitchy, vibrant, and awe-inspiring image. By clicking the location symbol and plugging in your Facebook credentials, you can pinpoint your place in the colorful mess, as well as the place of all your Facebook friends. 

popchartlab:

For National Coffee Day, here’s our infographic ode to the wondrous, life-giving drink.

lustik:

Quote Vendor - Alice Wang via Étapes
Lustik:  twitter | pinterest | etsy
lustik:

Quote Vendor - Alice Wang via Étapes
Lustik:  twitter | pinterest | etsy
lustik:

Quote Vendor - Alice Wang via Étapes
Lustik:  twitter | pinterest | etsy
lustik:

Quote Vendor - Alice Wang via Étapes
Lustik:  twitter | pinterest | etsy