Monthly Archives: February 2008

That’s an interesting bit of information

Programming the universe: A quantum computer scientist takes on the cosmos by Seth LLoyd   I thought this was an interesting book. It talks about information content and its relationship to the other laws of physics using information to explain thought … Continue reading

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Put that down… it’s sharp

I’ve just finished reading Expert F# by Don Syme and two other authors. This was a fantastic book, though it’s a little odd in that it appears to have two purposes.   First it introduces the syntax of F# and highlights … Continue reading

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Pacman… march on!

The next version of a PacMan type game is available here. I realise that it isn’t that good, but at least it shows some of the things you can do with the Nintendo DS.  

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No Mr Postman. Visit the houses in this order!

Nets, Puzzles and Postmen: An explanation of Mathematical connections by Peter M Higgins   I was browsing in Borders bookshop waiting for my wife when I came across this book. I got hooked after the first chapter,  bought it and have … Continue reading

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