Peter Norvig is a broad thinker and a hacker at heart. He once wrote a program to find in Google's search logs series of three consecutive searches by the same user that, when put together, made a haiku (one of the most memorable: “java ECC / java elliptical curve / playboy faq”).
On his web site Norvig has links to the usual stuff: books and papers he's written, slides from talks he's given, and various bits of his code. But there are also links to items he's had published in McSweeney's Quarterly Concern, his witty recounting of writing a program to generate the world's longest palindromic sentence, and his “Gettysburg Powerpoint ...
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