I love it when a plan comes together. Or, in this case, an online petition accomplishes something.
(Honestly, I don't want to see statistics on what percentage of online petitions result in action... I bet it's a low number.)
Today, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown apologized for the British Government's treatment of science hero Alan Turing in the 1950s. From Gordon Brown's statement:
Turing was a quite brilliant mathematician, most famous for his work on breaking the German Enigma codes.
09/10/09 - 10:17pm