Love the interactive Ulysses. Maps and all.
There's one article of Poincaré's in Brittanica Great Books Volume 56.Find online:The Foundations of Science (Science and Hypothesis, The Value of Science, and Science and Method) as well as more full texts by Henri Poincaré
Updates: Music Theory Online: almost halfway reading the lessons - kinda cool. not sure why I care. At the time, my interest was inspired by Rufus' music.blogCFA: the site survives, barely, mostly thanks to electronic English-French translation. My sisters contributed posts too. It's interesting.Ulysses: I started reading this months ago. Reached page 20 of 780 or so. I find it harder to read than, like, Toni Morrison even. Poincaré: I got the Britannica item used online. One of these months I'll read what them scientists had to say about their craft and life. Some of them could really write.
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