Monday, October 15, 2007

“There is always something to upset the most careful of human calculations.” Ihara Saikaku

When I was in high school sitting in a chemistry or math class we had to use those really fantastically awesome science calculators. Now I never did well in either of those subjects, let’s chalk it up to the fact that I never figured out how that amazing calculator actually worked. Recently I noticed the lack of calculators in general so to bridge the gap I give you the Scientific Calculator. Essentially it is just a page that looks and feels like the real thing. I have to say I like this version even better because of the largeness of the screen and the fact that it is not that as hard as it was to read a liquid crystal screen. So if you want to relive a class or need to process some higher functions give this a try.

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