I ran across this listing in Amazon for A Million Random Digits, a book of random digits used in statistics and other fields for simulations. Clearly, not riveting reading. What is very entertaining, however, are the almost 500 user reviews. Some of the best reviews include one bemoaning the lack of an index, another suggesting the numbers be sorted in order “to better find the one I’m looking for,” and another suggestion that readers find the source in the original binary so as to not lose the most “significant digits” in the translation.
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