Me encanta este informe, sobre los bonos argentinos que el gobierno argentino se niega de pagar. Ya sé la historia; leí en otras fuentes (The Economist). Pero aquí, dice “La Argentina reiteró que no pagará”.
Este es El País, de Colombia. A mi es interesante que un “tema destacado” es el papa, Benedicto XVI. Es verdad que muchos colombianos son católicos.
If I were a doctoral student in the department of Taking Things Too Seriously, it might be interesting to do a study about the contexts in which vowels are replaced with /ɚ/ in the Ermahgerd meme. Is it only stressed syllables, or is it more complicated than that? Does it vary from speaker to speaker? These are the kinds of questions no one ever needs the answer to.
So I’m going to keep a log of all the Ermahgerd memes I see.
Stereotype and current status notwithstanding, there is a long history of women in programming.
Ada Lovelace, analyzer of Babbage’s Analytical Engine, wrote the first computer program, 100 years before the construction of ENIAC, the first computer. There is strong evidence that she understood the Analytical Engine and its significance much better than Babbage himself did.
Grace Hopper of the US Navy programmed for the Harvard Mark I and wrote the world’s first compiler, just because she could (additionally, she had a clock that ran backwards, also just because she could).