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“A Great Read”

Filed under: Ephemera — mgrusin at 10:59 am on Sunday, October 15, 2006

Back in 1955, generating true random numbers was hard, so the Rand corporation published a book consisting of a million statictically random numbers. A Million Random Digits has been reprinted and is available on Amazon ($20.45).  That’s interesting enough, but the best part is the customer reviews.

Via Bruce Schneier’s Crypto-Gram Newsletter.

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