Find nine minutes in your schedule to listen to this amazing podcast on queuing theory. The podcast (available in Real Media or Windows Media format) is an NPR interview with Richard Larson of MIT.
December 13, 2007
Best. Queuing. Postcast. Ever.
By Laura Albert
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