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Re: Re: 100,000 posts!

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  • Subject: [mg100084] Re: [mg100035] Re: [mg100000] 100,000 posts!
  • From: Daniel Lichtblau <danl at wolfram.com>
  • Date: Fri, 22 May 2009 23:40:19 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <200905220545.BAA18997@smc.vnet.net>

Bruce Colletti wrote:
> Steve
> 
> Thank you for all you have done for your communities, especially MathGroup.
> Without your efforts, history would've unfolded differently:  many
> collaborations emerged from correspondence on this forum, collaboration that
> changed our lives in ways we cannot fathom.  All due to you.
> 
> And DeWitt, your professor, friend, and guide.
> 
> We're all looking for the 200K mark and beyond.  You'll be around for a very
> long time.

That reminds me, a talk I give next month is about work that happened 
through MathGroup.

http://aca2009.etsmtl.ca/proposal-details.asp?id=335

The main person behind the method was a fellow from Colombia named 
Juergen Tischer, who was active in MathGroup around 1998-9. He was, in 
my opinion, quite adept at using Mathematica to do math.

In point of fact, a fair amount of the more interesting computations I 
have encountered came about through MathGroup interactions. At least 
three problems I discussed in our 2006 Tech Conference came from MathGroup.

http://library.wolfram.com/infocenter/Conferences/6530/

Anyway, I'll add my voice of thanks, and best wishes down what I hope 
will be a long road.

Best,
Daniel



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