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Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Lessons from Non Simple Machines

In celebration of Rube Goldberg. Of course this is perhaps best seen as the flip side of the lesson of Occam's Razor, or that the likely (best?) solution to a problem is most often the simplest. Or the solution with the fewest assumptions work best. Or in the most modern view: 'Keep it simple, stupid.'

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