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John A. Wasser

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Re: quotation
Posted: Aug 15, 1996 9:37 PM
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> "Also the astronomers surely will not have to continue to exercise the
> patience which is required for computation. It is this that deters them
> from computing or correcting tables, from the construction of
> Ephemerides, from working on hypotheses, anf form discussions of
> observations with each other. For it is unworthy of excellent men to
> lose hours like slaves in the labour of calculation which could safely
> be relegated to anyone else if machines were used."


An AltaVista search for "unworthy of excellent men" turned up 10
web pages. 1 says Babbage, 1 pointer is stale, the other
8 say Leibnitz (although one had "(?)" after the name).


Documents 1-10 of 10 matching some of the query terms, in no particular order.

Cognitive and Neural Systems: Michael Beddows
Michael Beddows. Graduate Student Department of Cognitive and
Neural Systems Boston University 677 Beacon
St. Boston, MA 02215. Beddows@cns.bu.edu (617)...
http://cns-web.bu.edu/pub/beddows/hp.html
- size 2K - 8 Jun 96

No Title
The List: Version 2.0. Started by parrott@usc.edu. "Though this
be madness, yet there is method in 't." -- William
Shakespeare Confuscius say,"Man who...
http://www-scf.usc.edu/~parrott/List.html
- size 20K - 5 Jun 95

Benefits and Advantages of an Integrated Mathematics and Computer Science
Benefits and advantages of an integrated Mathematics and Computer
Science degree. December 1993. T.C. Hurley
Department of Mathematics, University College.
http://tedser.ucg.ie/benefits.html
- size 18K - 19 Sep 95

No Title
Charles Babbage. "It is unworthy of excellent men to lose hours
like slaves in the labor of calculation which could be
relegated to anyone else if...
http://marie.mit.edu/~bruen/babbage.html
- size 16K - 17 Mar 96

No Title
E0947. COMPUTING IN CRYSTALLOGRAPHY: THE EARLY DAYS. Robert
Langridge, Computer Graphics
Laboratory, University of California, San Francisco, CA 94143,...
http://www.hwi.buffalo.edu/aca/IUCr/cga17/abstracts/E0947.html
- size 2K - 23 Apr 96

No Title
Some of My Favorite Quotes. TV Show: When we are boys, we want to
be just like our fathers. When we are
teenagers, we want to have nothing to do with our..
http://rvl1.ecn.purdue.edu/~gnelson/quote.html
- size 5K - 19 Jun 96

WinaWeb -Mopjes
WinaWeb Overzicht] [Mopjes Overzicht]
_______________________________ From:
kludge@grissom.larc.nasa.gov...
http://hagar.arts.kuleuven.ac.be/~wina/ontspanning/jokes/science.11.html
- size 57K - 4 Oct 95

No Title
Fourth Grade Wizards. "It is unworthy of excellent men to lose hours
like slaves in the labor of calculation which
could be relegated to anyone else..
http://davednet.daviess.k12.ky.us/~susan/portfoli.htm
- size 2K - 5 Feb 96

No Title
6.4 QUOTES ____________________________________________ "There
is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers...
http://www.fys.ruu.nl/~nienhuys/scijokes/sj64.txt
- size 28K - 17 Jun 96

No Title
Some of My Favorite Quotes. Buddhist Proverb: Everyone is given the
key to the gates of Heaven; The same key
opens the gates of Hell. J. W. von Goethe:...
http://cs.iastate.edu/~honavar/quotes.html
- size 6K - 26 Jun 96

John A. Wasser, Software Engineer
wasser@tiac.net http://www.tiac.net/users/wasser
"I work on IBM PC clones but I use Macintoshes"







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