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The Oberwolfach problem

7/11/2005 @ 18:56 UTC

gleuschk : The Oberwolfach problem - to produce seating plans for each meal so that each person sits next to every other person exactly once if n is odd, or every person except one if n is even

Attensa

6/11/2005 @ 02:55 UTC

gleuschk : Attensa - kord's new gig

Wikipedia:Why Wikipedia is not so great

5/11/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

gleuschk : Wikipedia:Why Wikipedia is not so great - pros and cons

click and hold the red square

5/11/2005 @ 00:56 UTC

gleuschk : click and hold the red square - elegant

Douglas Adams - A Compendium.pdf (application/pdf Object)

3/11/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

gleuschk : Douglas Adams - A Compendium.pdf (application/pdf Object) - 1400 pages, 8 novels, half a dozen stories.... on the web

eat the pie in 15 bites

3/11/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

gleuschk : eat the pie in 15 bites - kind of an inverse sphere-packing problem

Paul Ford and alter-ego Gary Benchley in the NY Times

2/11/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

jkottke : Paul Ford and alter-ego Gary Benchley in the NY Times - Paul Ford and alter-ego Gary Benchley in the NY Times. Paul Ford. Gary Benchley.

gleuschk : Paul Ford and alter-ego Gary Benchley in the NY Times - "big-bellied"? "shabby"? Good thing they like the book.

Bridge suicide map

2/11/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

Nelson Minar : Bridge suicide map - SF Chron is running a great series on Golden Gate Bridge suicides right now (via BoingBoing)

gleuschk : suicides on the Golden Gate - they all face in toward the bay. i remember reading something about this in the New Yorker a year or so ago.

jkottke : Graph of suicides by location off the Golden Gate Bridge - Graph of suicides by location off the Golden Gate Bridge. This is a fascinating graph. More overall deaths on the SF half than the Marin half and way more on the bay side. A lot of people walked pretty far before jumping. And lightpost 69...it looks to be

Flight Patterns

2/11/2005 @ 07:55 UTC

Rod Begbie : Flight Patterns - Some beautiful visualizations generated from FAA data of all flights over the USA one day in March. [via#

veen : Flight Patterns - Beautiful visualizations of North American air traffic

jkottke : Flight pattern visualizations - Beautiful flight pattern visualizations over the US based on data from the FAA. (via ia) [via]

gleuschk : Amazing Flight Pattern simulations - reminds me of War Games

philgyford : Flight Patterns - Gorgeous animations of flights over the US. Better than it sounds. (via Kottke)

Warnock's Dilemma

1/11/2005 @ 21:56 UTC

Linkorama : Warnock's Dilemma - The problem with no response is that there are five possible

gleuschk : Warnock's Dilemma - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - a little piece of web knowledge that I didn't know I was missing.

Rod Begbie : Warnock's Dilemma - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - "Warnock's Dilemma", named for its progenitor Bryan Warnock, points out that a lack of response to a posting on a mailing list, Usenet newsgroup, or Web forum does not necessarily imply that no one is interested in the topic. [via#

Physics Flash Animations

1/11/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

gleuschk : Physics Flash Animations - including some nice calculus-based ones

Correcting an Imbalance (Cathy Newton and Erica Spina)

1/11/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

gleuschk : Correcting an Imbalance (Cathy Newton and Erica Spina) - SU a leader in promoting women scientists, engineers

More Women in Science -- Handelsman et al.

1/11/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

gleuschk : More Women in Science -- Handelsman et al. - including Nancy Cantor. But I can't read the article! Grump.

carve your own pumpkin

31/10/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

gleuschk : carve your own pumpkin - and project it on the front of your house for full-on halloween geekery

Bad-Candy.com: The Ultimate Bad Candy Website!

28/10/2005 @ 06:55 UTC

gleuschk : Bad-Candy.com: The Ultimate Bad Candy Website! - 'cause, you know, this is needed

Travel Grants for ICM2006

28/10/2005 @ 05:55 UTC

gleuschk : Travel Grants for ICM2006 - si! si!

i^i - Google Search

27/10/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

gleuschk : i^i - Google Search - actually e^{-\pi/2), but why be picky

[math-ph/0510065] On the stability of four feet tables

27/10/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

gleuschk : [math-ph/0510065] On the stability of four feet tables - rotate them! (or stuff sugar packets under the feet)

The Dilbert Blog

26/10/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

kayodeok : The Dilbert Blog - If you’re reading this on company time, congratulations on beating the system. If you’re reading it on your own time, you really need to find a job where they pay you to do this sort of thing

Eric Meyer : The Dilbert Blog - Well-written, plus he posts the original versions of cartoons that had to be changed for publication. [via Ferrett] [via]

gleuschk : The Dilbert Blog - seems authentic

Download generatingfunctionology

25/10/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

gleuschk : Download generatingfunctionology - hey, cool

What is Marfan Syndrome?

25/10/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

gleuschk : What is Marfan Syndrome? - among other characteristics: tall and skinny

The Sarong Theorem Archive

24/10/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

gleuschk : The Sarong Theorem Archive - anybody know a good sarong-store in upstate NY?

[math/0510469] Godel's theorem is invalid

24/10/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

gleuschk : [math/0510469] Godel's theorem is invalid - so there you go.

Sheffield math undergrad wins first Time Su Doku competition

20/10/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

gleuschk : Sheffield math undergrad wins first Time Su Doku competition - and there's a companion article about how interesting it is that she's female

baby sloth!

20/10/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

gleuschk : baby sloth! - with an attitude problem

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