Emma Barry (@AuthorEmmaBarry)
The latest Tweets from Emma Barry (@AuthorEmmaBarry). Writes about nerdy, messy people finding love. Recovering academic/political staffer. Drinker of tea. Tweets about politics, pop culture, & parenting. she/her. Virginia, USA
Houston, Texas, 1961 The race to the moon is on, and engineer Eugene Parsons has two enemies: danger and distraction. Nothing is more distracting than his attraction to the brilliant, beautiful computer scientist on his team, but he’s determined to overcome it since he needs her to help America win. Charlie Eason is used to…
Sufjan Stevens, "Eugene" (Official Audio)
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Normalizing Female Computer Programmers in the ’60s - Sociological Images
The Society Pages (TSP) is an open-access social science project headquartered in the Department of Sociology at the University of Minnesota
Fuck Yeah Oscar Isaac
Oscar Isaac is one of my favorite actors so I decided to create this blog to share his previous and upcoming projects. I do not own any of the content posted unless stated.This is NOT a spoiler free blog.(IG: oscarisaacfandom)
Earth Bound Release Day (and Champagne Jello!)
It's finally here! Charlie and Parsons have finally arrived. This book, y'all, this book. Gen and I wrote the first draft Earth Bound in about six weeks over the winter holidays. Once we started working on it, the words poured out. It's a workplace romance about two grumpy, brilliant people who are so smitten, but so…
Sparkling Champagne Mold
In an effort to make more 'from scratch' jello recipes I've employed Knox unflavored gelatine to make this mold with ginger ale, champagne, sliced strawberries, and grapes. 3 tablespoons (3 envelopes) of unflavored gelatin powder 2 cups cold water 1 cup sugar 1 1/2 cups cold champagne 1 1/2 cup cold ginger ale 1 cup…
The Rise of Rocket Girls: The Untold Story of the Remarkable Women Who Powered Space Exploration
How a small group of “human computers” upended the gender norms of their day to conquer the cosmos.