Who invented the first pronunciation system for binary numbers that is roughly analogous to how we pronounce everyday decimal numbers (by which I mean how 220 is pronounced 'two hundred twenty')?
Joshua Stern in 25th June 1958 has a paper in a journal. That is the earliest one I have been able to find. Stern (1958, Science 128(3324):594-596).
There is also Franklin Steuart McFeely almost at the same time. McFeely (1959, Math. Teach. 52(5):356-357).
I have read the Stern paper, so I know how his system works. It is a usable system for binary numbers. I know nothing about McFeely's system except what the title of the paper reveals. The title is 'One plus one is toon'. I anyone can tell me where I can see the the McFeely paper, I would appreciate that very much.
I also would like to know who was the first to think of pronouncing binary in a way analogous to how we pronounce decimal numbers, whether or not he or she devised a usable system together with a set of names. For example, who first pronounced binary 110 as 'four two' or the equivalent in French or some other human language?