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Author:Steckles, Katie; Perfect, Christian; and Rowlett, Peter
Description: "A meeting-place for people who already know they like maths and would like to know more." Posts, which date back to February, 2008, have included "Podcast: Episode 2 - Noel-Ann Bradshaw, Newton and Leibniz"; "9 is an experimental error"; "Wolfram Alpha and its geeky sense of humour"; "Mathematics Today June: University Liaison Officer's Report"; "Reading list for a keen 13 year old mathematician"; "Podcast: Episode 52 Jackie Grinsell, Mathematics teaching"; "Math/Maths History Tour of Nottingham 3/3 When Einstein came to town"; "Types of scientist (or mathematician)"; "Smart Phone Apps for University Mathematics"; "Too old for such silly toys"; "The Alan Turing (Statutory Pardon) Bill first reading"; "The Mathematician's Shirts"; "Using Computer Modern on the web"; "Calculus of the Nervous System"; "Cardboard SKI calculus"; "Open Season - Singmaster's Conjecture"; and "MathsJam expands yet again!" The Aperiodical maintains a collection of blogs that have hosted the monthly Carnival of Mathematics. See also their Mathematical Survey, which gathers opinions about favourite numbers, how you write the letter x as a variable, choice of axioms, how you eat corn on the cob, TeX stories and preferences, and other miscellany.

Levels: College, Research
Languages: English
Resource Types: Web-Based Discussions
Math Topics: General
Math Ed Topics: Professional Ed/Career Development

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