Wolfram Demonstrations Challenge
The Wolfram Demonstrations Challenge has ended. Thanks to everyone who participated. We will notify the lucky winners via email by April 25, 2011.
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GRAND PRIZE: Andrew VanZwieten, United States
2ND PLACE: Håkon Gabrielsen, Norway
3RD PLACE: William Rummler, United States
4TH PLACE: Mike Von Stein, United States
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