When we handed iPads, with Wolfram|Alpha loaded on them, to several high school students they timidly typed in their first question or topic. Being so open-ended, allowing them to think of their own question or topic, it took a few moments. Then, bingo - the question was typed and in a nano-second, the information or answer was there. With Wolfram|Alpha this type of inquiry gets clear cut information and answers immediately, unlike the 624,000 bazillion hits about the topics that appear in the usual search engine... that may or may not relate, but what people have written and tagged. These kids looked up trigonometry problems, black holes, the Mets, Big Mac, the price of sugar cane in the Bahamas, the first motion picture, and yes, sex. Each entry immediately brought up factual and detailed information for each topic. If you were wondering, the first motion picture was in in 1888 in the UK and below you can see every possible way of writing the trigonometric function, sin 75.Stephen Wolfram, the founder of Wolfram|Alpha LLC, said on TED that he wanted to talk about an idea that would eventually be the single biggest idea of the past century. Computation. Computing a theory of everything. He talks about his quest to make all knowledge computational -- able to be searched, processed and manipulated. With this app, he and his team are well on their way. By the way, Wolfram|Alpha is available on your desktop, sweet!