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  1. http://david.rysdam.org/blog/ says:

    I thought the idea was to use open-source hardware? Android is not open hardwarely and only partly open softwarely.

    http://laforge.gnumonks.org/weblog/2009/11/04/#20091104-android_mythbusters

    I think this project is awesome and is almost exactly what I’ve been thinking about. (Although I was going to be a cheapskate and use a Nanonote.) Also, I wonder if sage might be better than R.

    1. Matt Mets says:

      Thats a fair point. I guess I’ll stick to running it in a chrooted Ubuntu environment on top of the Linux kernel on my phone, then!

  2. rmadams says:

    How about adding a symbolic algebra package, too? Open source Maxmia is a place to start: http://maxima.sourceforge.net/

    Must…build…one!

    1. Matt Mets says:

      Yes yes yes this would be great!

  3. Sarah Hill says:

    Very intuitive! How do these compare to the graphing calculators like the TI-83? I just ordered one from Cole Parmer.