Author: Benjamin Wardhaugh
Georgian school maths: bushels of corn, kilderkins of beer and feeding soldiers. All without algebra! 
What does a mathematician from the 3rd century BC have to do with tuning musical instruments in 17th century Europe? Benjamin Wardhaugh tells us about one of the more unusual places you might find Euclid's algorithm being used.

The very fetching purple and yellow packaging states that this is "the" interactive geometry software. A little optimistic, perhaps; The Geometer's Sketchpad and Cabri both have their  not insubstantial  followings. And the previous release of Cinderella gave the impression of a terribly wellfeatured package lacking slickness. But therein lies the value of Version 1.2: slickness.
