The fact that she had these two parts to her, clearly defined because of where she came from. She had this sort of creative, imaginative, there I say romantic side which came from her father. Which her mother desperately tried to suppress from fear that she would go off in the same dissolute direction of her father, who was described as mad, bad, and dangerous to know famously and on the other side she has a mother known as a fiercely intellectual of (inaudible) As they were known at the time and it was like the interaction of these two things that made data such an important figure in a way to what’s happened in that period and the reason is because she both had an appreciation for the sort of work for example that Charles Babbage was doing she could grasp it, she could understand basically what he was on about in terms of the intellectual aspects of it, the ideas that had to be understood, the mathematics that had to be understood because she did understand the quite complex mathematics. Well some of us such as he was able to cope (inaudible) numbers and things like that. She was able to cope with that so she could cope that onto one hand, but on the other hand she had the imagination to see what this meant. She was one of the very few people other than Babbage himself, who realized he was onto something that was absolutely extraordinary and would have the potential to change the world. Not many others saw this at the time, but she definitely saw it at the time and it’s that that makes us a striking bigger of a theory.