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John Von Neumann and his machine at Princeton Institute of Advanced Studies. Used Williams tubes (CRTs) as memory devices, but used his stored-program concept, thus modern systems are mostly based on Von Neumann architecture. Photo from Computer History Museum

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If people do not believe that mathematics is simple, it is only because they do not realize how complicated life is

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Wealthy collectors chase classic Ferrari

The car was one of two 625 TRCs built, and this example was purchased new by American Ferrari importer John Von Neumann. Description from blog.hemmings.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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John von Neumann, mathematician, physicist, inventor, computer scientist and polymath

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Hungarian-American mathematician who made major contributions to a vast range of fields, John von Neumann, was born #OTD in 1903.

Sports car racers in the San Diego, California area took their machines to the streets of an abandoned WWII military base for the 7th annual Torrey Pines Road Races on 15 January 1956. The race drew top U.S. sportscars racers, including Paul O'Shea, Carroll Shelby, Pete Lovely, John von Neumann, Ken Miles, Phil Hill and Jack McAfee driving Ferrari's, Porsche's, Allard's, Jaguar's and more, and had an estimated 35,000 spectators.

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#DiscoveringSelfAnew through history. John Von Neumann said – “In mathematics you do not understand things. You just get used to them.”