Here
is how Euclid himself explained his famous algorithm
(Proposition 2
of Book VII of The Elements). When he says (translated from the Greek!) that one number measures another, he means that the first evenly divides the second.
Follow this link to a demonstration of different sorting algorithms. Try starting them at the same time to see which one is fastest.
Here are directions for scanning your own pictures.
Biography of John von Neumann. Note the Princeton connection.
Here is a short biography of 19th-century computing pioneer Ada Byron.
Here is some more information on process scheduling, from USC.
Follow this link
to a great Game of Life simulator. You can experiment with your own
patterns or choose some from a built-in library. You can zoom in and out,
change speeds, and experiment in other ways.
Needless to say, there are Web pages about the Towers of Hanoi.
Here
is one, and
here is another.