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The Magic of the Machine

Posted on: October 13, 2010

Before the internet (internal chuckle), people so much smarter than me dreamed up amazing machines to do their math homework for them. Charles Babbage’s Difference Machine is one of these machines. Except, unlike my calculator, this one is 11 by 8 feet and takes a crank to put out it’s amazingness, though I must admit, I find it more aesthetically pleasing. It’s a forefather to modern computing machines. Now if only I could devise such a machine to write college papers, that would really make a difference.

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