Friday, March 03, 2006

Wilmette Weekend

Big news via e-mail. A mathematician at the Technical University of Dresden by the name of Bertram Felgenhauer, working with Frazer Jarvis from the University of Sheffield, found that there are 6,670,903,7523,012,072,936,960 possible different Sudoku games.

Sudoku is so popular, you can even put one in your PocketMod. Don't have a PocketMod? Toss out that old PDA and follow the link to get one. It's free.

If you are looking for a bigger challenge than folding a PocketMod, you might consider contributing to the new Reuters Financial Glossary. The glossary is a wiki, which means that you can edit the content directly from your computer.

If you still have free time, visit Art Sri Lanka. Everything you wanted to know about art from the former Ceylon, discovered thanks to a link from Latapata.


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