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Babbage's Quotes By Charles Babbage: If we look at the fact, we shall If we look at the fact, we shall find that the great inventions of the age are not, with us at least, always produced in universities. — Charles Babbage
Babbage's Quotes By James Gleick: Thinking about language, while thinking _in_ language, leads Thinking about language, while thinking _in_ language, leads to puzzles and paradoxes. — James Gleick
Babbage's Quotes By Charles Babbage: A young man passes from our public schools A young man passes from our public schools to the universities, ignorant almost of the elements of every branch of useful knowledge. — Charles Babbage
Babbage's Quotes By Charles Babbage: At each increase of knowledge, as well as At each increase of knowledge, as well as on the contrivance of every new tool, human labour becomes abridged. — Charles Babbage
Babbage's Quotes By Charles Babbage: I have no desire to write my own I have no desire to write my own biography, as long as I have strength and means to do better work. — Charles Babbage
Babbage's Quotes By Charles Babbage: Perhaps it would be better for science, that Perhaps it would be better for science, that all criticism should be avowed. — Charles Babbage
Babbage's Quotes By Charles Babbage: The economy of human time is the next The economy of human time is the next advantage of machinery in manufactures. — Charles Babbage
Babbage's Quotes By Charles Babbage: Whenever the work is itself light, it becomes Whenever the work is itself light, it becomes necessary, in order to economize time, to increase the velocity. — Charles Babbage
Babbage's Quotes By Charles Babbage: What is there in a name? It is What is there in a name? It is merely an empty basket, until you put something into it. — Charles Babbage
Babbage's Quotes By Charles Babbage: The possessors of wealth can scarcely be indifferent The possessors of wealth can scarcely be indifferent to processes which, nearly or remotely have been the fertile source of their possessions. — Charles Babbage