Lovelace & Babbage
#07 - 700+On
What a fantastic start to the weekend, 700+ supporters! Thank-you all again, your kind words mean so much.
To celebrate this milestone, Babbage is having a little ANTM makeover. Keeping with tradition, he shed a few tears in the barber's chair.
Apparently the beard was getting a little unhygienic. It's probably a good idea though, I'm sure last week I spotted a dormouse in there!
Love, Stewart x
#06 - 600+On
We passed the 600 mark! Thank-you all for the continuing support and kind comments, they are very much appreciated by my family.
Another lovely surprise was discovering a Scientific American blog post written by Maia Weinstock (aka 20tauri) which mentioned this project. Please read her article and look at all the other STEM builds featuring inspirational female minifigs.
Be sure and support Maia's Legal Justice Team LEGO Ideas project also.
Love, Stewart (๑′ᴗ‵๑)
P.S. If you haven't already done so, you can now follow Ada 'LEGO' Lovelace on Twitter too!
#05 - 500+On
What a lovely surprise. Today we passed the 500 mark. It also coincides with what would have been my dad's 66th birthday. Happy Father's Day dad, we miss you dearly.
Love, Stewart x
#04 - 400+On
What an honour! We've passed the 400 mark and been chosen as a Staff Pick. Thank-you all again for the strong support and positive feedback, it's very much appreciated.
#03 - 300On
Week two and we made it to the 300 project supporters milestone! To celebrate I've added 15 brand new photos to my Flickr album.
Please note that these Flickr images all have a Creative Commons licence (BY-NC-SA). This means you can share and/or adapt them, as long as you credit me, don't use them for commercial purposes and share your remix creations under the same licence. Brick on!
#02 - 200+On
As a wee thank-you to the 200+ people who have kindly supported this project I've popped my photos up on Flickr.
#01 - 100+On
I'm genuinely thrilled that this idea has made it past the 100 supporters mark in less than 24 hours.
Thank-you to everyone who's viewed the project and especially those who took the time to vote or comment.
Best wishes, Stewart