Sunday, September 24, 2006
A few years ago Stephen Wolfram, the Illini wunderkind inventor of Mathematica, after years of arduous effort, gave birth to his crowning achievement, his master-tome, A New Kind of Science. Yet despite its self-evident genius, its self-proclaimed superiority to and replacement for all that came before, it has inexplicably never received its fitting review. Until now.
Posted by MeaninglessHotAir at 2:14 PM