By keith on October 2, 2010
I don’t have much more to say about this. Do you need to learn or brush up on any subject related to math? You will find a wealth of data here in a massive number of videos, each 10 minutes or under. Seriously, anything you want to learn is here, from the basics to advanced calculus. Where does this guy find the time?
By Jon McLoone on July 8, 2010
I was reading about the IT problems of the recently arrested, alleged Russian spies, and I wondered if they could have managed secret communications better with Mathematica.
One of the claims was that they were using digital steganography tools that kept crashing. I wanted to see how quickly I could implement digital image steganography in Mathematica using a method known as “least significant bit insertion”.
6.0 * 10^-49 percent. scientific notation was invented after a good many years of zeros. t-rex is assuming a 6000kg t-rex body here, so your percentage is even smaller (um, PROBABLY???)
By (author unknown) on May 27, 2010
By adamwulf on March 23, 2010
By Jesse on May 21, 2009
You’ve built a social application and launched a new feature. The number of notifications you can send out is constrained. Which set of users should you notify to guarantee the most people start using this new feature?
By adamwulf on May 12, 2009
All of the worlds knowledge, in one easy computable interface
By adamwulf on December 5, 2008