Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Ada Everywhere

As most of you probably already know, Ada was named after Ada Lovelace, the daughter of Lord Byron and one of the world's first programmers (read all about here here).

Other reasons we thought Ada was a good name:

1. It's a palindrome
2. It's easy to spell
3. There are lots of things that are "Ada-approved" (by the Americans with Disabilities Act and the American Dental Association)
4. It's simple and old fashioned and not too freakish...

It turns out that other people are fans of the name Ada too:
Check out this collection of things named Ada...

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