Even within academica, one sometimes have to make things look just a little bt fancier. I am not talking about the old scientific paper, but rather the introductory PowerPoint or the office poll lottery leaflets. On the site linked above you can download free fonts to help you spice up your documents.
Don’t overdo it then. You don’t want to be fetured on the “Webpages that suck” – site!
This is somewhat a stayer on the Internet. United we stand in our search for the prime numbers! The mersenne primes, that is, a special subgroup of the prime numbers. With the software from the site linked above you can also participate in the search when your computer is idle…
This webpage has proven quite valuable to me. It contains the most frequently used LaTeX-codes for use in editors like the formula editor in word 2007. Essential stuff
Scheduleworld is my next little “thing”. After some cursing, I managed to wipe out one of my google calendars, but after yet some more cursing I was able to understand why it happened.
This site syncronizes your google calendars with scheduleworld calendars, which in turn can be sync’ed with a mobile device like my N95.
Pretty neat picture, huh? Since I recently purchased a new Nokia N95, one of the first things to do was of course to find a decent calculator app to put on it. The one pre-installed is OK, I guess… if you just need the REAL basics. But it was actually darn difficult to find other choices. This one was the best I could do on my first day of looking…
I got a little disappointed, I have to say, because it was not really a calculator app per se, and it was not really all the useful either. All it does it letting you play with parameteres in some expressions to see how it affects the graphical output. An OK teaching idea, but where can I find a TI83 clone for my Nokia!?!? There must be something out there… (for free 🙂