How to Print Your Own Notable Women in Computing Cards

We decided to run a Kickstarter for the Notable Women in Computing Card Deck because a number of people indicated they would rather buy a deck than print one and we could bring the per-deck cost down  with an order in the thousands. But we’ve always kept the option to self-print open and protected by […]

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Update on Kickstarter

We had a great finish to the Notable Women in Computing Kickstarter, bringing in just-over 500% total funding. Since then, the team and I have done a thorough review of the cards, added or updated a number of pictures, and changed the text on all of the cards. Those changes will make the deck more […]

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Final Inspirational Hand of the Week

This post is from a series digging deeper into the stories behind the cards in our Notable Women in Computing playing card deck. The hands are for 5-card draw poker unless otherwise noted. If you’re already a Backer on Kickstarter, thank you. If not, become one today. The final hand I’m going share is a straight, 7-high. […]

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Halloween Costume Contest!

I’m a fan of using Halloween to honor powerful women. A few years ago I dressed as Tawakkul Karman, the Yemeni woman who won the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize. It’s also a great chance to stump my friends by dressing as someone or something highly obscure or technical–like when I was an open source operating system for Halloween my […]

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Inspirational Hand of the Week

This post is from a series digging deeper into the stories behind the cards in our Notable Women in Computing playing card deck. The hands are for 5-card draw poker unless otherwise noted. If you’re already a Backer on Kickstarter, thank you. If not, become one today. The third hand I’m going share is a spade flush, […]

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