July 13, 2011 § Leave a Comment
Well it’s already Wednesday — time for some delayed picks from last week!
On the education side of blogging, Angles of Reflection wonders about data resistance, Re-educate Seattle discusses giving tests while students remember the material.
On the research community side of bloggging, Mathoverflow had a good meta-debate about a series of closed posts, Piece of mind recorded personal and professional impressions from the conference in honor of Chang-Shou Lin. Also, Xi’an’s Og did some public refereeing, the Secret Blogging Seminar discusses Elsevier’s newest service and Images des mathématiques logged five days in the life of a mathematician (translation).
On the research side of blogging, Dropsea did some researchblogging about a biological solution to the maximal independent set problem (translation), Built On Facts imagines how relativitiy could have been discovered in the 1860s, Xor’s Hammer is back from a long break and writes about logical interpretations of topology and Good Math, Bad Math talks about code review which seems to apply to all parts of life.
- neverendingbooks transformed posts about geometry and the absolute point into an ebook.
- Gödel’s lost letter and P=NP has hit its 300th post!
- Sander Huisman collects the swinging pendulum posts and makes another animation.
- Spiked Math explains how a mathematical paper is written.
- For Spanish speaking folk, Tito Eliatron Vidit shares an animated movie about Galois.
- Maurizio Codogno talked about the fatal attraction of large numbers (translation).