Saturday, June 11, 2005

Creating Matematical Graphics

Apple mac Tigger comes with a new program called grapher. The program creates all kinds of nice mathematical formulas, such as 2 and 3-d graphs of polynomials, sine, cosine, differential equations, implict equations, vector fields, etc. I think it is great. For me it is not better because I couldn't find a way of creating graphics from external data.

Thursday, June 09, 2005

Computing changes

If you ever read this page, you notice that I didn't post anything about secret formulas for doing something in the last few months. The reason is not that I haven't used computers, but that I bought I mac. Macs work! out of the box. Linux is cool, but you have to tweak it to death, and then you need to redo it again. No with macs. And the coolnees fact is still here: nothing more interesting than creating programs for this nice interface (the only exception, of course, is if you like kernel programming - but this is your problem!).

Tuesday, June 07, 2005

The new cat in the family

Yesterday I installed Tiger, and although it is not revolutionary, it has very cool new apps. Thanks to dashboard I can add entries to this blog much more easily, using the new widget to