Ada Lovelace: The Founder of Scientific Computing
Ada Lovelace was a Victorian-age mathematician and countess who became the world’s first computer programmer. (Thanks to Susan Kitchen and her daughter Zelda for infoming us of this fascinating story!)
of Binary and Other Nondecimal Numeration, by Anton Glaser
It might be said that nothing is a better demonstration of the creation of all things out of nothing than the origin of numbers, using only unity and zero or nothing.
Geometry in Art and Architecture
Course materials from Dartmouth College, Mathematics department.
The Database of Number Correlations
Notable Events for over 2000 years of history, with mathematical facts about the years' numbers.