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Women have been leaders in computing from the start, but not enough of our contributions are remembered. Keep our history.
Women have been leaders in computing from the start, but not enough of our contributions are remembered. Keep our history.
Women have been leaders in computing from the start, but not enough of our contributions are remembered. Keep our history.
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Our Thanksgiving

We know we say thank you in nearly every post, but we wanted to say, in this week of Thanksgiving, we are so thankful for your support and your work out in the world. 

As just one example, we just heard from a member of this community that she's hoping to highlight the stories of women in life sciences with her own deck -- that is so cool. If you have projects like that, inspired in whole or in tiny part by this Kickstarter, please let us know! We will share it here, when you are ready. It gives us so much joy to know this project we all built together is still ringing out in the world.

On Cyber Monday  as always, you can buy a deck or a poster on our website. We're not offering discounts, since we're running this project at zero margin to pour any and all profits into sending free decks and posters to educators. But our prices are still affordable ($10 for a deck, $25 for a poster, including shipping unless you live outside of the US/Canada). Maybe a stocking stuffer?

PS: Is everyone as excited about Hidden Figures as we are? Katherine Johnson and all the other women of NASA are such inspirations.

NASA Mathematician. Known for: Calculating the trajectory of early space launches. Subject of Hidden Figures.
NASA Mathematician. Known for: Calculating the trajectory of early space launches. Subject of Hidden Figures.

 

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