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The women code-breakers who operated the first electronic computer during WWII

Rare picture of women code-breakers who operated the world's first electronic computer during WWII has been uncovered. The photo has been kept in a bureau by Joanna Chorley for 7 decades. The 88-year-old was part of the Colossus C watch at Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire and one of the world’s first computer operators. Colossus Mk I attacked its first Lorenz-encrypted message on 2/5/1944 in a bid to decipher the highly sophisticated cipher used in communications between Hitler & his…


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Converting an electric toothbrush into a detail sander for polymer clay - genius!!! Get into small areas, and make easy work of a tedious task

from On the Luce travel blog

Visiting New York on a budget

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