I received this brochure from Wolfram Research (Mathematica) describing their web resources. I am going to lose it… so I will remember it here in my Online Cortex.
Wolfram.com is updated regularly with information on new breakthroughs and developments for Mathematica users and technology enthusiasts around the world. This site features demonstrations and videos on the core Wolfram products, a secure and reliable online store, and a variety of valuable resources for professionals, academics, and students in any field.
The Wolfram Demonstrations Project
The Wolfram Demonstrations Project is an open-code resource that brings to life concepts in science, technology, mathematics, art, finance, and a remarkable range of other areas. From elementary education to front-line research, topics span an ever-growing array of categories, with new interactive visualizations added each day by Mathematica users.
Wolfram Mathematica Documentation Center
All Mathematica documentation is now deployed both in-product and online, featuring over 50,000 carefully chosen examples, animations and tutorials, as well as over 100,000 links. Used every day as an indispensible reference guide, for Mathematica users, the uniquely powerful documentation system is also ideal for those new to the system who want to learn more about Mathematica’s 2500+ high-level functions for visualization, programming, and computation.
MathWorld is the web’s most extensive mathematics resource. Assembled over more than a decade and updated regularly with contributions from the world’s mathematics community. MathWorld features downloadable Mathematica notebooks, interactive applets, and nearly 13,000 entries on topics ranging from pre-algebra to calculus, number theory, and more.
A vast colelction of Mathematica-related material, including thousands of articles, references, and courseware programs, conveniently indexed and organized.
A unique webMathematica-powered site for instantly solving integrals online.
The worlds largest collection of formulas and visualizations about mathematical functions.
The official website of Stephen Wolfram’s A New Kind of Science, with full-text and enhanced features.
Original music mined from the computational universe, featuring free-downloads and a generator to create your own personal tones.
A homepage from Mathematica creator, A New Kind of Science author, and Wolfram Research CEO Stephen Wolfram.