Baron Schwartz is the type of guy I would set next to in Calc class and watch him hacking the hell out of his TI calculator and wishing I knew half the stuff he did. I mean this guy is knee deep in math and tech knowledge it seems and everytime I visit his site I feel as if I am sitting in the front of the class with my eyes glazed asking the teacher to repeat himself.
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