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BabyDoe-Ada Mug

$21.10

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BabyDoe-Ada Mug
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Style: Two-Tone Mug

Add a pop of color to your morning coffee! The outside of the mug features a bright white base for your photo, logo, pattern, or saying, while the inside is vividly glazed in rich color. Give this fun gift to a friend, or add some zest to your dinnerware collection.

  • Available in 11-ounce or 15-ounce
  • Dimensions:
    • 11-ounce: 3.2” diameter x 3.8" h
    • 15-ounce: 3.4” diameter x 4.5" h
  • Microwave and dishwasher safe
  • Strong, ceramic construction
  • Meets or exceeds FDA requirements for food and beverage safety
  • Printed on demand in San Jose, California
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BabyDoe-Ada Mug
Baby Doe Tabor is riding the cable hard and the days of the Shoo-Fly Saloon are long gone. It's all too known that the squeaky wheel gets over-greased but Horace deserved it- at least for today. Horace made her promise to "Hold onto the Matchless" and it only led to her delirious writings of what could have been and never was for 35 years. In the cold winter of 1935 on the edge of Leadville, Colorado, Elizabeth Nellis "Lizzie" died in the Matchless Mine shack without riches and a log to spare. Ada Lovelace, born as Ada Augusta Byron is considered to be the worlds first computer programmer who developed the first algorithm to be processed by a machine. Here, circa 1845, Ada is finally able to apply her calculations based on a sequence of Bernoulli numbers to the Charles Babbage Analytical Engine. She took extra care in processing her punch cards into the mad machine, which often made breakfast from her delicate programming arrangement. Charles Babbage spoke of her as "Forget this world and all its troubles and if possible its multitudinous Charlatans — every thing in short but the Enchantress of Numbers." Lovelace died at the age of thirty-six, on November 27th, 1852, from uterine cancer. Love conquers all.
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