urn:lsid:ibm.com:blogs:entrycomments-0e340c41-0207-4517-b871-5595a1e2f757New app: Minds of Modern Mathematics (Comments)New app: Minds of Modern Mathematics (Comments)03032016-10-19T11:11:38-04:00IBM Connections - Blogsurn:lsid:ibm.com:blogs:comment-073fa3f3-d9f1-424c-a01f-fd9ca3881c1fRe: New app: Minds of Modern Mathematicssocialseoland270005GSD4activefalsesocialseoland270005GSD4activefalseLikes2012-08-21T04:53:01-04:002012-08-21T04:53:01-04:00On the iPad the scrolling timeline is about seven feet's worth of information -- I actually measured it
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http://www.cyberworldltd.co.uk/cases-for-apple-model-ipad-3.htmOn the iPad the scrolling timeline is about seven feet's worth of information -- I actually measured it
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http://www.cyberworldltd.co.uk/cases-for-apple-model-ipad-3.htmfalsefalseRE: New app: Minds of Modern Mathematics0urn:lsid:ibm.com:blogs:comment-609bb75d-bc1c-4b0d-977d-796f28999a21Re: New app: Minds of Modern MathematicsTom Young120000GK47activefalseTom Young120000GK47activefalseLikes2012-04-26T14:15:50-04:002012-04-26T14:15:50-04:00Yes, 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.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 encap...falsefalseRE: New app: Minds of Modern Mathematics0urn:lsid:ibm.com:blogs:comment-07ff0489-5d40-4f88-93a9-532a20282196Re: New app: Minds of Modern Mathematicsslowhand110000R3FMactivefalseslowhand110000R3FMactivefalseLikes2012-04-26T09:26:49-04:002012-04-26T09:26:49-04:00The 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.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.falsefalseRE: New app: Minds of Modern Mathematics0