A log book. Written primarily in black ink. An insect’s body is on the page. There is tape overtop the insect’s body to preserve the world’s “first computer bug”.

Fun fact!

On September 9, 1947, the world’s first computer bug was recorded. A “Bug” was first coined by Grace Hopper - one of the first programmers of the Harvard Mark I computer.

While working on the Mark II in the Harvard Computation Laboratory, Grace, and other operators discovered an error caused by a moth trapped in a relay. Grace removed the moth and taped it to their log book, cementing history as the first “computer bug”.