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April 1st, 2009, 12:04 PM   #1
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New website - physical unit converter

Metric conversion is a new website for converting units. I think that this tool will help physicists and mathematicians.
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Re: New website - physical unit converter

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April 5th, 2009, 02:57 AM   #3
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Re: New website - physical unit converter

It seems like a nice site, but google has you beat to it.

Anyway, it actually looks pretty nice, but most actual math people won't really need it... math people just call it "units" and let those crazy applied people decide which units to use.

(Also, the physics forum is less often checked, methinks.
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Re: New website - physical unit converter

Very nice site -- I like them clean.

If you're up to the task (lots of text processing), a generic "type anything in" converter would be useful.

You're going to have to think of something to differentiate yourself from the 800-pound ape.
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I suggest use this Unit converter
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