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Re: Wolfram/Alpha

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  • Subject: [mg97257] Re: Wolfram/Alpha
  • From: dbreiss at gmail.com
  • Date: Mon, 9 Mar 2009 01:06:42 -0500 (EST)
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On Mar 8, 6:54 am, dbre... at gmail.com wrote:
> As you might expect, any who are in the know, and who tell, would have
> to kill or be killed.
>
> Suffice it to say that it is very interesting and will grow into
> something quite overarching.
>
> --David (who wants to remain alive)http://scientificarts.com/worklife
>


Without havging to kill myself or anyone else, here is some more
information in the public domain:

http://www.twine.com/item/122mz8lz9-4c/wolfram-alpha-is-coming-and-it-could=
-be-as-important-as-google

--David

> On Mar 7, 2:39 am, magma <mader... at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > I just read the latest intriguing blog entry on the Wolfram site.
> > It reports the May 09 opening of the the Wolfram/Alpha site: a sort of
> > omniscient super google cum curated data, if I understand well.
>
> > Does anybody knows a bit more (and is willing to speak :-) ) ?
>
> > What I find also amazing is that this project must have engaged a
> > considerable amount of WRI resources, financial time and human, yet
> > they managed to keep all this very quiet.
>
> > Exciting isn't it?



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