Introducing “Mr. Babbage's Secret”

Abstract

When Charles Babbage died in 1871, the Times remarked in the obituary that he had l~@ to be almost eighty "in spite of organ-grinding persecutions". A prolonged battle against street musicians and other noise pollution--that was what society remembered about him, the genius who declared in looking back upon his life, "The great object ~ af all my inquiries… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/379890.379894

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@inproceedings{Franksen1984IntroducingB, title={Introducing “Mr. Babbage's Secret”}, author={Ole Immanuel Franksen}, booktitle={APLQ}, year={1984} }