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Thoughts on trying to sell mathematical ideas.
Early in 1988, I took a close look at Wolfram's new programming system, Mathematica, prior to its commercial release. I wrote a recursive fractal generator (Fracturtles), and Bruce Sawhill had the task of trying to replicate a year's worth of computation from his particle physics dissertation.
The Mathematica code used to test and demo this software meta-tool is in the Mathematica Code section.
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I then tried to create some business opportunities: a custom front-end for Mathematica and adding Fracturtles to a sketching program. Lessons learned about How to Succeed in Business are collected in a correspondence with some friends.