## Database update

June 8, 2011 § 8 Comments

Now that the three part update has been completed, we could finally update the database a little bit.

As it was overdue, the update is rather large — a whopping 57 new entries!

- Yummy Math
- A Matter of convention
- http://maths.net.au/
- Bloghetto
- dropsea
- Richard Wiseman Blog
- EMS European Mathematical Society
- Retraction Watch
- Reproducible Research
- Cool Math Guy
- Real teaching means real learning
- Μαθηματικά + Λογοτεχνία (Math and Literature)
- Questions?
- MAA Math in the News
- Justin’s Math Blog
- exzuberant
- math hombre
- Virtual Math Tutor
- peacockmaths
- GL(s,R)
- Vedic Math Forum India Blog
- Tito Eliatron Vidit
- Blame It On The Analyst
- regularize
- Brent -> [String]
- Σidio(t)
- PTC’s Mathcad Engineering Blog
- Wolfram Blog
- MATLAB: Doug’s Video Tutorials, File Exchange Pick of the Week, Mike on the MATLAB Desktop, Loren on the Art of MATLAB, Seth on Simulink, Steve on Image Processing
- Doron Zeilberger’s Opinions (thanks to page2rss)
- Integer-Magic Planar Graphs
- Μαθη…μαγικα (mathematical magic)
- Mathematical Treasures
- Angles of Reflection
- teachingmathcreatively
- Math Accent
- Maths in the City
- Beth’s Bookshelf
- Abstract Nonsense
- Journal of Number Theory Video Abstracts
- Elsevier Mathematics News
- Researchblogging.org Mathematics (English, Chinese, German, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish)
- Math Stackexchange
- MIT opencourseware Mathematics
- Numbers Rule Your World

Whew, quite a bit.

Great!

Do you know an easy way to get all of your blogs into my Google RSS reader? There must be a way since you use Google for your stuff.

Sol, have you seen http://www.mathblogging.org/feeds? Or are you looking for something different?

Peter, yeah, I want something different. I follow a whole bunch of math blogs and I want to be able to add the ones you have that I don’t have into my reader. I don’t want to read your feed as if it were a single source. I want to read some blogs more often than others, for instance. And, if I skim a blog and am not interested in any of its recent articles I want to be able to quickly mark all of those articles as read. I like the way Google reader lets me do that.

Well, if the plain database is not right, I guess what you would like is an opml-file that you can import into google reader, right? We don’t have that, but we can investigate how to add this as a feature.

Well, I don’t know any other way than importing via an opml file of all feeds in our database. In my experience, Google Reader recognizes if you already subscribe to a feed when you add it. But that would require testing — assuming we can figure out how to create an opml file to Google Reader specifications. We’ll look into it.

Thanks. And, sorry for screwing up the indenting by hitting the wrong reply button.

No problem. I created an issue on our tracker.

What I really want is to be able to quickly identify which blogs you have that I don’t have and easily add those to my reader.