For the Points for Blogophilia 9.7


Charles Babbage

 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

 

 

Charles Babbage a mathematician and the founder of the modern computer.Β  lived during the golden age of music and considered telegraph machines to quickly convey information.
Well, looky here. He never envisioned computers in every home and a band called the Smeezingtons.

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written for

Blogophilia Week 9.7 Topic: Golden Age of Music

Bonus Points:

(Hard, 2 points) Incorporate a quote from Charles Babbage

Telegraphs are machines for conveying information over extensive lines with great rapidity.

(Easy, 1 point) Include a lyric from a Bruno Mars song

looky here looky here from Runaway Baby

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18 Responses to For the Points for Blogophilia 9.7

  1. First! Ahhh….ls this a drabble or a gargleblaster? Whichever it is, you always do a great job on them. I’m rubbing my head over how to incorporate a Babbage quote, this is a real challenge this week!!! πŸ˜›

  2. Jay says:

    That was quick and to the point!

  3. trev says:

    short and sweet Sue… love it girl.. πŸ™‚
    just one observation.. did you notice how Babbage and Mozart both have identical noses??
    I wonder if they were related in some way… just saying!!… πŸ™‚
    Love it Sue.. πŸ™‚ xxx

  4. Tyler/Chuck says:

    Short and direct

  5. Look how far we’ve gotten from telegraph machines to telephones and now cell phones. Technology is indeed scary!

  6. Marvin says:

    Sending this via Morse Code over the invisible magnetic wires that connect our two planets…
    Points ye be a wantin’ then it be points ya be a gittin’…
    8 points Earthling! πŸ™‚

  7. Leta says:

    Short and sweet!!! Nice going! πŸ™‚

  8. I like how I usually learn something from your blogophilia pieces πŸ™‚

    (I’m in Chilliwack, limited ability to go online as I’m working so very hard…)

  9. BarbaraK aka fiddlbarb says:

    I so very much struggled with working in the prompts with this week’s topic. I love how you did it. Brilliant really.

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