At the aptly named Tiny Thai restaurant here, a small table, about two and a half feet square, was jammed with a teapot, two plates of curry, a bowl of soup, two cups of tea, two glasses of water, a plate with two egg rolls, a plate of salad and an iPhone.
For most people, this would have been merely an unwieldy lunch.
For Vi Hart, her mind pondered the mathematical implications. "There’s a packing puzzle here," she said. "This is the kind of thing where if you’re accustomed to thinking about these problems, you see them in everything."
From The New York Times
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