Tech Lady Tuesday!


IBM System/370 Model 145, the first general-purpose business computer to use monolithic circuits in all memory and logic functions, circa 1970

I always like to point out the lack of pens, pencils, staplers and other typical items you’d see on a real desk. This still looks like a real lady who knows what she’s doing with the equipment, but it’s still completely staged. I dig this one. Especially now that Mad Men has a computer.

Also wanted to add this link called “When Computer Programming was ‘Women’s Work”. Thanks to Niki Rudolph for this.

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