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in the Mathematics Genealogy Project.
Click here for a brief introduction to the computer algebra system Maple 
Click here to generate some "fractal" graphics associated with Newton's method. 
Beautiful Numbers, by John R. Swallow [American Scholar 64 (1995)]: A delightful essay written by a graduate school colleague of mine about his transformation from a firstyear graduate student to a successful mathematician and scholar. I recommend this essay to new graduate students struggling with deciding what to study, who to choose as an advisor, and finding one's personal mathematical aesthetic.  
Ludic Proof: Greek Mathematics and the Alexandrian Aesthetic, by Reviel Netz [Cambridge, 2009]: A book I am looking forward to reading about the literary qualities of mathematics and commonalities between writing mathematics (which I mostly understand) and writing poetry (which I mostly don't understand, but admire nonetheless). 