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Sage in the news, blogs, forums and buzz sites
Broadly construed, this will describe how Sage (the software or the machine sage.math) and blogs impacts mathematicians by listing some of the news items involving Sage. Forum topics mentioning Sage can be interesting to track back how others think about Sage and in which contexts it is mentioned. Also the follow up discussions in blogs and forums may give some further insight how Sage is perceived in the outside world.
IBM developerWorks: Explore Linux as a scientific computing platform, 20120807.
"A Sage Experience", Linux Journal 201107
Africa Analysis: The benefits of open source software, 20101105
7 programming languages on the rise, 20101025
University Adds Power and Speed to Mathematics Software with Sun Server Technology
Sage Math 4.0 released  A review of Sage 4.0. 20090619
Stirling numbers  On the different definitions of Stirling numbers and their implementation in different CAS's. 20090512
SAGE math 3.4.1 released  A review of Sage 3.4.1. 20090427
Talk from BalticGrid 2nd All Hands Meeting in Riga  "We MUST have a universal and comprehensive math software package inside the borders of academics to unify research results and work on the same platform! If this platform could be our UNICORE or gLitebased Grid then SAGE will be the best option for everyone involved in science."
e2: Mathematica and free software  "What we should be doing is using and generating code by mathematicians for mathematicians. What we should be using and generating is free software. We deserve it, and our art/science, mathematics, deserves it too. "  essay at everything2.com by Jordi G. H., 20070730 (+updates)
Sage Project: Viable Open Source Alternative to Math Software  artcle at educonnection.org by Lisa DiCarlo, 20090319
Sage  Open Source Software for Mathematicians  blogpost by Colin McAllister, 20090110
Sage: Mathematics Software  blogpost at "a blog for technology", 20090106
Sage: Insight into open source technology, an article in the Autumn 2008 Newsletter of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Washington.
Sage: an open source mathematics software system  20081219 Alasdair's musings blog posting.
Review of Sage 3.0.1 in Linux Format magazine, issue 109, September 2008, page 33. Unfortunately, there is as yet no freely available online version of this review. You must have subscription or view the dead tree version. But here's a blog post on that review.
What are your chances of hitting a fly with a tennis racquet? Blog / 20080718 / Sage helps solving google godejam question!
http://www.shahuwang.com/?tag=sage A blog about Sage in Chinese
macresearch.org: "PlugandPlay Scientific Python with Sage"
Blog LAB Online: "A free alternative to Matlab, Maple, Mathematica and Magma"
A blog post about sage with many amusing comments at the bottom
Bye Matlab, hello Python, thanks Sage by Vincent Noel, an atmospheric research scientist in France.
Sage and Cython: a brief introduction (Open Wetware) by Marshall Hampton
Glimpses Of A New (mathematical) World: This article is about a computation (not using Sage) of an Lfunction, a computation about that Lfunction (using Sage), and a major new NSFfunded initiative to compute large tables of modular forms and Lfunctions that William Stein (director of the Sage project) is codirecting, which will have a large impact on Sage development.
Sage is mentioned in Opinion 85: We Should Continue To Be Ambivalent Towards Ambiguity in Mathematics: It Sure Did Some Good, But It Also Did (and Does) Lots of Harm
 Sage appears in the University of Washington's student newspaper, The Daily.
 Free software saves another group of closed software hostages: mathematicians
 There's a new Sage in Mathematics (blog post):
 Matemáticas Libres: A Spanish Blog/Article about Sage:
 Sage is #5 in Layer 8's "Top 10 of 2007" (whatever that is):
 Sage, Sustainable Living, and the Developing World
 Sage in Spanish ("El software libre también puede con las matemáticas"):
 Sage in Farsi:
 Sage in Spanish:
 Sage in Japanese (wired Japan):
 A blog post: Online version of MATLAB/Mathematica/Maple
 A Blog post  Sage: Open source Math software released
 Math and Open Source  Sage and Mathematica
 Sage: opensource mathematics software  an interesting blog post on Sage:
 Sage in Russia:
 AHN: Free Math Software Provides Powerful NumberCrunching
 ZDNet: Sage  not a piece of cake, but powerful and open, Chris Dawson, Dec 9, 2007.
 Sage: Open Source Mathematics Software [del.icio.us]
 Sage in TG Daily: Sage: a free, opensource complex math tool, by Rick C. Hodgin, Dec 7, 2007
 WIRED: Sage vs Mathematica is the topic of the Wired magazine blog:
Math Geek Software Smackdown: Sage v. Mathematica http://www.webmonkey.com/2007/12/math_geek_software_smackdown_sage_vdot_mathematica/
 Sage is the topic of the UWeek article
 Sage is the topic of the slashdot article
Open Source 'Sage' Takes Aim at High End Math Software http://science.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=07/12/08/1350258
 Sage is mentioned in the slashdot article
Open Source Math http://science.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=07/11/18/1341232
 Sage is the topic of the Science Daily News article
Free Software Brings Affordability, Transparency To Mathematics http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/12/071206145213.htm
 Sage was awarded the Trophees du Libre for scientific software!
 Sage is mentioned in the Linux Insider article
It's Time to Consider Open Source Software, Part 2 http://www.linuxinsider.com/story/57760.html
 E8 structure was decoded using the machine sage.math
MIT press release http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2007/e8.html
AIM webpage collecting links for the various E8 stories various news outlets (CNN, etc) http://aimath.org/E8/newsstories.html
AMS Notices article by David Vogan The Character Table for E_{8} : http://www.ams.org/notices/200709/tx070901122p.pdf
 Georg Muntingh's review of Sage