I LOVE YOU a 100 times!
This beautiful necklace projects "I love you" in 100 different languages of the world. The image can be seen in a couple of different ways.
The first method: open the phone camera software, aim the front of the necklace pendant with the phone lens. The micro-carving content in the pendant can be seen from the screen of the mobile phone.
The second method: turn on the flashlight function of the phone, and align the back of the jewel of the necklace pendant with the lens of the mobile phone. It is recommended to project light and shadow on a black background. The micro-carving font is clearer. You can see the micro-carving content in the pendant.
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We’ve compiled many designs to honor women in technology, but this one really speaks to us. It honors Rear Admiral Grace Hopper for her pioneering work in (among other things) the creation of the eponymous computer programming language in 1959, which is still widely used today. Perfectly valid for the old-school developer in your stack!
According to the author of the code, "the name of the program, ACTUAL-BUG-INSTANCES, refers to the famous joke she made at Harvard, when a moth caught in a relay caused a computer failure and she taped the unfortunate insect into her logbook with the note, 'First actual case of bug being found'." We subtly captured the infamous moth in this design.
This sky blue and navy blue, organic cotton, three-quarter length sleeve dress features a scooped V neckline and a skirt with pockets. Available in adult sizes 0-5X.
What do you get when you combine Grace Hopper with SQL? This awesome print! This technology-inspired design outputs one of our favorite quotes: The most dangerous phrase in the language is, “We’ve always done it this way.” She was a revolutionary and a genius, so we wanted to honor her wit in one of the most fun ways possible!
This blue, organic cotton, short-sleeve dress features a scooped V neckline and a skirt with pockets. Available in adult sizes XS-5X.
Can a computer ever truly “think”, rather than simply “do”? Is there a measurable difference between the two? Ponder these queries in this thoughtful design as you follow the algorithms of your day. You’ll automatically be the big dog when you’re “turing” the computer science lab, or perhaps just clearing your calendar for the singularity!
BIT BY BIT!
Cypherpunks rejoice - we’ve got you covered in our blockchain design! Invented by the mysterious “Satoshi Nakamoto” in 2008, a blockchain serves as a secure ledger for online transactions between two parties, independent of any third party (such as a bank or government institution). It’s what makes bitcoin possible, and some say it’s the future of money… that said, we only accept the “old fashioned” coin for now!
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