“An insightful, intelligent observer...Evans proves a companionable guide for a tour through cyberspace...[and] provide[s] much needed perspective." —New York Times

An “engrossing revisionist history of computation and the internet...Evans’ writing can approach lyrical pitch.” — San Francisco Chronicle

Broad Band is a celebration of the women whose minds gave birth to the motherboard and its brethren.... an engaging series of biographical essays on lesser known mathematicians, innovators and cyberpunks." —Wall Street Journal

"A jaunty new history of women in computing." WIRED

"In this inspiring tale, writer Evans chronicles the contributions of some of the many women who aided the rise of the modern Internet." Scientific American

“An invigorating history of female coders, engineers, entrepreneurs, and visionaries who helped create and shape the internet.” Publishers Weekly

"An edifying and entertaining history of the rise of the computer age and the women who made it possible. A good choice for fans of Hidden Figures." Kirkus

A “fascinating and inspiring work of women’s history.” —︎Booklist

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