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This U.S. Navy “bombe” was one of many computers used to decrypt German military communiqués. It was much too large to fit inside a greeting card. Image source: J. Brew/Flickr.

Dylan’s Desk: Pick up the phone now! Supercomputers are standing by

This U.S. Navy “bombe” was one of many computers used to decrypt German military communiqués. It was much too large to fit inside a greeting card. Image source: J. Brew/Flickr.

The Perfect Office - 3D Printed Cast, SATA Docking Station, Sony Smartwatch and more

The Perfect Office - 3D Printed Cast, SATA Docking Station, Sony Smartwatch and more

Women's Month: Top Women in Technology Brigitte Daniel | Loop21

Women's Month: Top Women in Technology Brigitte Daniel | Loop21

Pin for Later: A Guide to What Is Really Going Through Kate Middleton's Mind "This is going to ruin my hairdo, isn't it?"

"This is going to ruin my hairdo, isn't it?"

Pin for Later: A Guide to What Is Really Going Through Kate Middleton's Mind "This is going to ruin my hairdo, isn't it?"

Cray Super Computer - Billy keeps pushing buttons? Give him a keyboard!

Cray Super Computer - Billy keeps pushing buttons? Give him a keyboard!

Gadsby's Tavern  | Old Town Alexandria VA | http://www.gadsbystavernrestaurant.com/

Gadsby's Tavern | Old Town Alexandria VA | http://www.gadsbystavernrestaurant.com/

Technician preparing a data report on a Differential Analyzer, 1951 [3000 x…

Technician preparing a data report on a Differential Analyzer, 1951 [3000 x…

Enigma machine with instructions at National Cryptological Museum.     Via Laughing Squid

National Cryptological Museum at the National Security Agency (NSA)

Enigma machine with instructions at National Cryptological Museum. Via Laughing Squid