Is typo in very last word intentional?
Thanks! I didn't even notice when I proofread it (it certainly wasn't intentional).
Ah, the irony... :)
Tic-Tac-Toe 3D is a nice idea, but pretty buggy... starting in the middle-middle-middle-field at normal difficulty crashed flash player and having a winning configuration at:
was not recognized, leading to an inevitable AI-win...
there was a 4D tictactoe I remember playing a long time ago., early 90's.. where the game didn't simply end after one 'three in a row', but instead ends after all spaces are filled and tallies the total number of 'three in a rows' each player got. It was played on a 3x3x3x3 grid (or more specifically a 3x3 grid of 3x3 grids). A quick googlesearch doesn't bring up what I remember, but other renditions that may be fun anyways,
Math may be the most important language, but we need meta-languages like English to interpret it.
no way. we need metalanguages to add bs.
Now say that in math
are you trying to claim that my statement was bs?
If the foo shits. . . .
it was in English, you see.
No way! Feynman gauge is clearly superior!
C > *
I love "Spiked Math!" Keep up the good work. ;)
The most important language is obviously Hebrew - anyone who disagree is a heretic...
I've always been taught that music is THE universal language.
The most fundamental language must be machine code.