The apprehension (of some well-meaning friends): uByld is an excellent idea BUT my not appeal to the women folk.
;-)) AND women folk are as enthusiastic (or perhaps a lot more!) as the men folk. Oh, don’t be stunned! Given the fact that DIY itself is a very broad concept, it’s hardly surprising to find
women involved in it some way or the other – music, fashion, art & craft, gardening, cookery, you name it!
What is pleasantly surprising - but probably shouldn’t be - is that women are no longer shy of picking up a hammer or a drill gun, or a uByld kit ;-), and just fix, build, create!
History is replete with women who “wore the pants” in the household and outside. Here are just a few of the many divas who loved to byld their own stuff:
is recognised as the first algorithm intended to be carried out by a machine. Because of this, she is often regarded as the first computer programmer!
WWII, which in turn laid the foundations for future technological developments such as Wi-Fi and GPS.