As the prescient Countess of Lovelace was first to observe, "a computer can do anything that can be noted logically."
Augusta Ada King, Countess of Loveless proved herself the daughter of a hard-headed realist and a poet of ill repute when she struck upon that romantic notion now known as the first computer algorithm.
If you spend long days and longer nights writing code or studying topology, who better to keep you company in a cubicle than Ada, the Enchantress of Numbers? This delightful Little Thinker is approximately 11" tall and resplendently dressed for a Victorian salon.
From The Unemployed Philosopher's Guild