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Your blog is not listed? Some other excellent blogger or resource is not in our list? Something’s not working on mathblogging.org? You have some other feedback for us?

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Please include my website in your list.

Cheers,

Mimi

Hi Mimi! Thanks for your comment. We’ll include your blog in our next database update.

I too have a Math Blog that will hopefully be of interest – thank you!

Thanks for your link! We’ll include it with our next database update.

Could you please include my blogs in your list?

http://cafematematico.wordpress.com

http://calculoinfinitesimal.worpress.com

Well, Cafe Matematico is already included. But we’ll gladly add Calculo Infinitesimal with our next update!

Oops! You are right. Thanks and keep up the good work!

Can you add my blog? Thanks!

Sure. We’ll include your blog in the next database update. This will probably happen next week.

This blog on Vedic Maths Isnt listed.

http://vedicmathsindia.blogspot.com

Thanks, we’ll include it in our next database update.

Please include The Renaissance Mathematicus

But you’re already included…

Could you please include my blog in your list?

Yes, sure! It should appear in a couple of days.

hi!

please add my blog to your roll

thanks

Sure. The next database update is taking longer than expected but we hope we finish it this week.

I would appreciate it you would include my blog in your database http://bethsbookshelf.blogspot.com/ I use it to connect elementary math concepts with children’s literature then throw in a few teaching tips for good measure.

Thanks for your link! We’ll include it in the next database update. This is taking much longer than expected, but there’s hope it’ll happen on the weekend.

Thank you Peter!

Peter,

I would appreciate if you would add my blog (drexe28.wordpress.com). Thank you 🙂

We will be sure to include your blog in the next database update! As we are changing the structure of the database at the moment, it could take a bit. But your blog is in the queue now!

Peter,

I just noticed that I misspelled my blog name. It’s drexel28.wordpress.com

That’s okay, I used the link from your user-name 🙂

Cheers, Fred

I wanted give you a link to my math blog. Thank you. http://ambercaldwell.wordpress.com/

Thanks! We’ll include it in our next update!

Hi, hope you will consider my site: http://www.whitegroupmaths.com – many thanks!

Thank you for your message, we will include your blog soon!

whitecorp, could you provide us with a link to your RSS feed? Otherwise, we cannot add you to mathblogging.org

Hi, my RSS feed is http://www.whitegroupmaths.com/feeds/posts/default?alt=rss

Thanks again!

Thanks.

Could you list my blog too:

http://binnerd.blogspot.com/

It started out as a general blog about anything and everything, but has slowly evolved to complement/support my other website, which deals with numerical mathematical programming. I am not the most prolific poster, but do plan to make several more posts.

Had we found your blog on our own, we probably would have thought it’s inactive… But if you promise to add some more math-related posts, we’ll put you on the list. 😉

I am Sanjay Gulati from India. I have a mathematics blog which is not listed in your database. Please include it.

Have a look at http://mathematicsbhilai.blogspot.com/

Thank you for the link, we will include your blog soon!

Thank you Fred for your reply.

Sir , how can I know , my blog is listed.

The next database update is taking longer than expected. We always write a post on this blog when there’s an update.

hello , when is next database update going to take place.

Hi Sanjay, I’m sorry it takes us so long this time to update the database. There are good reasons for this, but the short answer is: Hopefully this week, but probably not before Wednesday. Sorry once more for the inconvenience!

hello sir , when is database is going to be updated

Hi again, I’m sorry to say that it is still not clear when we will be able to update the database again. We are still working on the necessary improvements to our code. Please see also this post for further explanations why it takes so long. I hope for your understanding, and thank you for your interest in our site!

Hey mathblogging team, thumbs up for the directory!

I would be happy to see my blog in here, too.

Scrap my old comment — it’s already included.

Please add my blog to the list — mathtechfun.blogspot.com

Thanks for the link. We’ll add the blog in our next database update — which is being delayed (see the latest blog post).

Hi. I’d love it if you added my blog:

http://flavorsandseasons.wordpress.com/.

Thanks! – Luke

Hi Luke, thank you for the link, your blog will be in the next update, which is hopefully coming soon…

Hi. You have included my blog, (http://mathandmultimedia.com in your database. I have another blog which is a collection of GeoGebra tutorials:

http://geogebracentral.blogspot.com/

Please consider including it.

Thank you.

Hi Guillermo, thank you for the link. As you might have read, we are re-writing the code of mathblogging.org before we update the database again, so it might take a while before your blog will show up. Sorry for the inconvenience!

It’s alright Fred. No problem. 🙂

Here’s another:

http://byoshiwara.blogspot.com/

Cheers.

Bruce Yoshiwara

Thank you for the link! It will be included in the large update after we’ve fixed our code.

Best wishes, Fred

Hi, Thanks for your excellent list of math blogs. Here is the address of mine: http://toomai.wordpress.com/

Thank you for the link, we will include it in our list as soon as we have a stable code again!

Any chance I could get my blog listed? It’s “Math Concepts Explained” at http://sk19math.blogspot.com. Thanks!

Sure, we’ll be happy to include your blog! I can’t promise an exact timeline, because we are still in the process of rewriting the code, but when that is done you’ll get included.

Hi. I think that my blog should also be included there in next update. (linked to username).

Thank you for your message. We will include your blog in our next database update.

Hi,

Please include my math blog in your list. The address is at http://www.mathclique.com

Hi, we will include your blog in the next database update.

All the best,

Fred

I don’t blog just about math, but I do blog about mathematics education fairly frequently. My blog is at http://davidwees.com/discuss

Thank you, this looks like an excellent service.

Thank you for the link, we will include it in our database at the next opportunity!

I’ll add my name to the list of math educator blogs…

bowmandickson.com

thanks

Just found you here, looks great. Appreciate it if you can include me too when you update.

Definitely! The next database update has been delayed but we hope to do it this weekend.

One more to add. http://isomorphismes.tumblr.com/tagged/mathematics

And the RSS is http://isomorphismes.tumblr.com/tagged/mathematics/rss

Thanks for the link. Unfortunately, we just pushed a database update today so it might be a while before we get around to adding more.

Two more tumblr’s worth noting are http://davidaedwards.tumblr.com and http://proofmathisbeautiful.tumblr.com.

proof is already included, the other one doesn’t seem very math-related, but we’ll check it out in detail.

One more tumblr: http://blog.matthen.com

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Hello, I’m not sure if this is a stupid question, but why is the blog “Retraction Watch” listed on mathblogging.org? It seems to me that Retraction Watch is literal a newsletter for retractions made by government agencies and their affiliates.

Thank you for voicing your concern. Retraction Watch is, in my personal opinion, much more than a newsletter; the two Reuters journalists behind it actively investigate retractions and corrections, often leading to much more extensive revelations.

I suggested Retraction Watch to be added to mathblogging.org for two reasons. On the one hand, Retraction Watch contains mathematical content, i.e., retractions of mathematical papers. On the other hand, Retraction Watch discusses topics of general interest to the research community as well as the general public. I believe they serve an important role for the community even though their content is largely non-mathematical.

Peter,

I see. I have no issue, I was just curious. Thanks!

Best,

Alex

Thanks Alex, much appreciated!

please include my site mathfromhell.com

thanks for creating this site…

thanks again…

Thanks for the link. We’ll include it in our next update later this week.

Would appreciate my blog being on the list:

http://drvinceknight.blogspot.com/

Thanks, Vincent. Could you fill out the google-form on this page to give us the information we need? That would allow us to add it more quickly.

I actively blog about math education and number theory. I would love to be included in the list.

http://math-journal.blogspot.com

Thank you for the link, we will gladly include your blog! You can accelerate the process by filling out the google-form at the top of this page.

I just filled out the form above for Epsilon-Delta. Let me know if it went through or not.

Thanks!

Rebecka

Looks good! Your blog should show up on the site before Monday.

Many thanks!

I actively blog about teaching mathematics.

http://danpearcymaths.wordpress.com/

Great! Could you fill out the form above? That would help us to add your blog faster.

I submited the form below about blog.digi-area.com

I also sent you the email – request to be the volunteer, if you need it! Your service inspired me and i would be glad to help.

Thank you! We will add the blog soon, and we’ll get back to you about volunteering via email.

Cheers, Fred

“bit-player, as promised in its column in the Scientific American, released a javascript implementation the 1972 doomsday model World3, including a lot of background writing.”

Correction: It was “American Scientist”, *not* “Scientific American”.

Thanks! I’ve made a correction — our apologies for this oversight.

Some of your links are to sites with primarily commercial intent. Can you distinguish them some way, so those of us who care to avoid them can do so?

We do have some blogs that are connected to commercial products or services (such as the Mathalicious), these are categorized under Commercial but we try not to list blogs where commercial interests dominate the content.

Did you see commercial blogs that aren’t categorized correctly or did you see a blog only publishing commercial stuff?

We are aware of this problem and try to do so by filing such blogs under the category “commercial”. Sometimes it is hard to decide, for example there could be a blog with a lot on a certain software, without being affiliated with it, or on the flip-side someone writing generally about math, but also having a math-related business.

If you feel that we missed something, please feel free to send us a mail. Sometimes the character of a blog also changes, and it is not easy to keep track of all blogs in our database.

In any case: Thank you for your interest, and your comment!

[Edit:] Ninja’d by Peter. 🙂

Dang, I’m good today 😉

Btw, thanks for adding your blog with the form. This will make it much easier to add it to our database.

As it turns out, Five Triangles is already included, cf. http://www.mathblogging.org/bytype-teacher

Your work here is very valuable.

Please add my blog

http://newmathdoneright.wordpress.com/

Best Regards,

Mark S. Tenney

Also, I submitted my blog with the form to make it easier.

Thanks for filling out the form, Mark. Please be patient. Mathblogging.org is our hobby, so sometimes it takes us a while to make updates.

Hey! I’d love to be included, too. http://writingtolearntoteach.wordpress.com/

Could you fill out the Google form above?

As the number of blogs grows, maybe you can split the “teacher” category into age groups, such as elementary, middle, high and college.

That is a very good suggestion! We will certainly consider it, although it might sometimes be tricky to decide where to put which blog.

The only problem is that we do this in our spare time, and there’s only so much we can do between keeping up with new submissions and keeping the software from choking too much…

We are also thinking about alternatives to the whole classification system, so hopefully this will be resolved in one way or another soon!

Thank you for your input, it is very much appreciated!

Also, my apologies for the late reply; for some reason your comment has escaped our attention for a while…

Thanks in advance for your consideration. http://teacherleaders.wordpress.com/

Hopefully I completed the form correctly!

Thank you for your message, the form looks fine. Unfortunately we are once again a bit behind in updating the database, so please accept our apologies if it takes a while before your blog appears.

All the best,

Fred

http://cool–math.blogspot.in, please include my blog in the list. Thanks

Sure, we’ll do that. It will go even faster if you fill in the form at the top.

Cheers,

Fred

Please add my blog … Coefficients of Determination

http://coefficientsofdeterminations.blogspot.com/

Sure, we will add it to the database! Note, however, that we can only do this in our spare-time, so it might take a bit. Thanks in advance for your patience!

Hello.

I hope i fill in correctly the form at the top of this page.

Thanks per advance to add my blog: http://labaignoiredarchimede.blogspot.fr/

Best regards

Arch

Thanks, you did. We haven’t had the time to add new blogs this month, so there’s a bit of a back log. Hope to get on it as soon as we can.

Hi. Could you please include http://proofsfromthebook.com/. It’s a new blog about school mathematics proofs.

Great to see another blog added to your collection!Could you fill out the form, please?

Yes, I filled up the form, sorry, didn’t see it.

Hi –

I filled out your blog form last week, but not sure you got it.

My math blog is at

onlinemathpro.blogspot.com

Thanks,

A. T. Wagner

Hi! Thank you for your submission, and thanks for checking back! You filled in the form correctly. However, we are in the process of restructuring the site, so there is a temporary freeze on adding new sites. Your submission is not lost, however, and as soon as the new site is up, we will add it to the database. You can read more about these changes here: https://mathblogging.wordpress.com/2012/12/04/a-short-service-announcement-2/

Cheers,

Fred