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1 slowhand commented Permalink

The timeline unfortunately ends around 1950. It would have been cool to update it up to the year 2000. Today, a timeline of mathematics that does not mention Edward Witten and Andrew Wiles just looks odd and old.

2 tomyoung commented Permalink

Yes, although I expect the Eameses would be a tough act to follow. What I really love about the app is how accessible it is to the layperson. I think that most of the mathematical concepts that an average educated person would appreciate were pretty well encapsulated by then.

3 socialseoland commented Permalink

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