Euclid's 14th book discovered.
Via Chromium Sequarium.



Comments:

tdj:
2006-04-01T08:18:34Z
Student-powered computation. Hee.
None: I am really quite curious
2006-04-01T10:33:06Z
I am really quite curious, sir, as to how you stumbled across my blog. I certainly enjoy the readership, but I posted the April Fools I've had about twenty times the readership I normally do (yes, that does indeed mean 20 in one single night! The amazement, the wonder, the. . . pity of it all.) A good deal of it seems to be from people clicking your links, actually. In fact, even if you wish to keep the anonymity of whoever sent you that link, thank you for the extra advertisement. :) -Norm McCray -Chromium Sequarium Aftertale: Happy April Fools! May Fermat's Last Theorem grace many years to come.
11011110: Re: I am really quite curious
2006-04-01T16:50:40Z
It came up in a Google blog search that I have my RSS aggregator run automatically. Probably the one for "geometry" though for some reason I'm not seeing it there any more. But now that I found it, I added your blog's feed to the aggregator as well... Happy April Fools! To you too!