As important as Turing's work was, I wish that more credit, much more credit, were given to the roughly 7500 women who worked at Bletchley. Along with the "Top Secret Rosies" in the US (among the first modern computer programmers, working on ENIAC at the University of Pennsylvania), these cryptanalysts and mathematicians were among the 20th century's most important pioneers in modern computing.
I'd love to see a follow-up article on the code-breaking women who toiled in the war effort on both sides of the Atlantic.
ON THE MEDIA had an interesting conversation with Rebecca Tushnet of the Organization for Transformative Works about the legalities of fan fiction. ,:)