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|Promoting "the beauty of mathematics at every level" since 2007. Posts from Cangiano and other contributors, organized into such topics as books, math education, and history, have included "An accessible Calculus book and Benjamin Franklin's secret passion"; "Interview with Derrick Niederman, author of Number Freak"; "Developing Math Intuition"; "On Concavity, Calculus, and Crescents"; "Top Secret Rosies: The Female Computers of World War II Video Review"; "The Mathematics of Autism"; "The Mathematics of the Ph.D. Glut"; "STEM Shortages, Purple Squirrels, and Leprechauns"; "How to Become a Successful Data Scientist"; "The Mathematics of the Manhattan Project"; "How to Learn Math"; "The Corinthian Colleges Scandal, STEM Shortage Claims, and Minorities"; "Math Teachers Should Encourage Their Students to Count Using Fingers"; "Separating the Math and the Mathematician"; "What kind of Math did they teach you?" and "Are Fingerprints Unique?" and "What to do about the Catch-22 STEM Job Market?" and "Was Richard Feynman a Great Teacher?"|
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