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13 Gen/10

Three calculators for the Linux desktop

Three calculators for the Linux desktop

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); To many, geek = math && nerd = math. To others school = math && math = calculator. During my stint as a computer science major, the very idea of differential had me running scared back to my calculator. It was a must, and for many a symbol of intellect and power. All of this to say that we all need a good calculator now and then. But instead of running out to the local box store and purchasing a new piece of hardware,...

11 Dic/09

Macworld’s Google Voice Primer

Macworld’s Google Voice Primer

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Macworld’s Chris Pepper explains what the heck Google Voice is and does. Even though it’s at times unreliable, I still love the service because it makes me hate the phone less. I’ve got three Voice invites to give away–first three people to ask for them in the comments on this post get ‘em. Go! (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere –...

13 Apr/09

Let Live Search Do Your Algebra [Math]

Let Live Search Do Your Algebra [Math]

Students in high school, or college kids without embedded math knowledge, take note: Microsoft’s Live Search can solve math equations with variables. That means everything from 3x=18 to x+(x*8)=256, and basically any equation where there’s a definite answer for one (possibly two?) variables can be solved from the Live Search bar. It might not be exactly new—in fact, it might have been present in MSN search years ago—but certainly under-explored. Anyone with a bit...