## Random wolfram alpha computation.

**category:**general [glöplog]

huh, that's a neat site. *sticks into bookmark*

no 3d plots. lame.

3d plots are there...

but no implicit plots (still)... http://www45.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=1+%2F+((x)^2+%2B+(y)^2+%2B+(z)^2)+%2B+1+% 2F+((x-0.5)^2+%2B+(y-0.25)^2+%2B+(z-0.5)^2)+%3D+1

nice equations tho :)

but no implicit plots (still)... http://www45.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=1+%2F+((x)^2+%2B+(y)^2+%2B+(z)^2)+%2B+1+% 2F+((x-0.5)^2+%2B+(y-0.25)^2+%2B+(z-0.5)^2)+%3D+1

nice equations tho :)

I don't want to do anything with locally installed software, I rather send everything to a server that is located on another continent because IT'S SO MUCH EASIER!

interesting fact about wolfram-alpha: slashdotnews

http://www83.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=sum+1%2Fn%5E1.5

^^ and this is an amazing world-first discovery, all the people thought that this sum converges...

^^ and this is an amazing world-first discovery, all the people thought that this sum converges...

interestingly enough, it does know that zeta(1.5) is well-defined :)

And yet, the result for a simple question like this is so facepalm-worthy. :)

how exactly does this thing work? what is its goal? to know everything?

one feature I like is that it can identify scales from notes..

http://www23.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=c+c%23+e+f+g+g%23+a%23+c

and then you can hear it too :)

one feature I like is that it can identify scales from notes..

http://www23.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=c+c%23+e+f+g+g%23+a%23+c

and then you can hear it too :)

fuck :

http://www19.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=fuck&a=*C.fuck-_*Word-&a=*DPClash .MovieE.fuck-_*Fuck2006BadAppleFilms.dflt-

nice synonym network :)

http://www19.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=fuck&a=*C.fuck-_*Word-&a=*DPClash .MovieE.fuck-_*Fuck2006BadAppleFilms.dflt-

nice synonym network :)

"failed". :)

This was probably very obvious.... http://www23.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=int(rnd(50))

Alpha knows Wolfram and his rule 110 cellular automata...

But seems to ignore the Game of Life and its inventor John Horton Conway!

A problem with Wolframs's ego, maybe?

But seems to ignore the Game of Life and its inventor John Horton Conway!

A problem with Wolframs's ego, maybe?

Also knows Mathematica...

But not Maple, Derive, MuPad... :(

But not Maple, Derive, MuPad... :(

i really wonder what makes some people call every piece of software they cook up after themselves.