What Is Women?
Yet Another Women’s Day Is Here! Few Serious Thoughts for the day.
But I am sure the whole week will follow
the spirit of celebration among women all around!!
Here is a thought provoking Note I received today:
This note will surely put the thinking cap on men!!!
Hey! My Counterparts! Let Us Think on and Appreciate our Women folks!!!
They Are Indeed An Amazing Group!!!! :-) :-) :-)
A lot of men think they are doing women
a favor by asking for her hand in marriage,
but let’s think about this:
she changes her name,
changes her home,
leaves her family,
moves in with you,
builds a home with you,
gets pregnant for you,
she gets fat,
pregnancy changes her body,
almost gives up in the labor room due to the unbearable pains of childbirth,
even the kids she delivers bear your name.
Till the day she dies…
everything she does, cooking, cleaning your house, taking care of your parents, bringing up your children, earning, advising you, ensuring you can be relaxed, maintaining all family relations, everything that benefits you… sometimes at the cost of her own health, hobbies, and beauty. so who is really doing whom a favor?
Dear men appreciate the women in your lives always,
Because it is not easy to be a woman.
*Being a woman is priceless *
Happy Women’s Day/Week to you ALL.
Also Please Visit and enjoy An Inspiring Video And an Equally Informative Page to Know about what these 20 women doing with their time!!! Please Click on the Below link: Ariel’s Musings
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YET ANOTHER INTERESTING NEWS ABOUT WOMEN WHO CREATED HISTORY IN TECHNOLOGY:
YES THE TECHNOLOGY HISTORY IS FILLED WITH WOMEN SCIENTISTS AND INVENTORS:
WATCH THIS PHOTO ALBUM:
THE ORIGINAL COMPUTER SCIENTISTS:
The first computer programmers and most celebrated mathematicians throughout history were women. In honor of Women’s History Month, here are the oft-forgotten, influential tech pioneers.In honor of Women's History Month, here are the oft-forgotten, influential tech pioneers. Click To Tweet
Ada Lovelace, first computer programmer:
Ada Lovelace, born in 1815 to famed poet Lord Byron and his wife, is known as the first computer programmer. When renowned mathematician Charles Babbage began working on his “Analytical Engine,” she served as the key interpreter, describing exactly how it worked for the public. Specifically, she explained how the machine used algorithms and sequences–the world’s first computer program. Her explanation was published in 1843. In the 70s, the Department of Defense created a combination of computer languages and named them “Ada.”
TO READ MORE AND SEE THE AMAZING PICTURES
FROM THE HISTORY OF TECHNOLOGY
PLEASE CLICK ON THE BELOW LINK:
Techrepublic.com (Lyndsey Gilpin)
The Hindu Daily
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