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9 Sep 2002 (updated 9 Sep 2002 at 20:26 UTC) »

hiback, boy. i hear ya. checked out a few books for my kids at the local library today. "The Abacus - a pocket computer", Mathematical olympiad contest problems for children by Dr. George Lenchner. A book for myself is "Theory of Graphs" by Oystein Ore. But i doubt if i have time to do any exercise on "theory of graphs". The book was written in 1960. I wonder if it has much to do with Andrew Wiles proof of Fermat's Last Theorem which gained my attention last weekend. And before that is the Four Color Map Conjecture. I am looking for theorems to help me find proof to my own conjecture - Ye Zi conjecture which is about the golden rule of computational GO.

Daniel Morrow, Executive Director, The Computerworld Smithsonian Awards Program.

Xinmin Evening News (Daily) reports that Mitsubishi has developped a chip ( about 4 square centimeters) capable of learning and memorizing. The company plans to use the chip in weather forecast and air travel control applications in about 5 years.
Eric Mazur lives in Concord, Massachusetts with his wife Angela, and children Natalie, Marc, and Sophie.
13 Aug 2002 (updated 13 Aug 2002 at 19:11 UTC) »

created a new project "Pretty neat Privacy -> PnP" copyright & patent by evilrobots.

Computer Program Turns Spoken English into Sign Language. (National Geographic - Aug 2002)

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30 Jul 2002 (updated 30 Jul 2002 at 18:18 UTC) »

"To me, C is very much a legacy language. It should have left behind long ago, or perhaps should have never been created." How do i connect mark with chuck? Hmmm. i must find an auspicious time to make the connection. It's all 'a matter of degrees' (by Gino Segre)

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