How to remember Pi
Friday, September 10, 2010
Could you please explain the latest xkcd?
Have you ever heard this sentence? I love
. And I sometimes wonder what it is all about. I recently found the "making of" in the form of
. Now you will have the possibility why xkcd is called xkcd...
For those of you not familiar with xkcd (hover of the comics on the xkcd site and read the tooltips.)
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