Excellent blog post by @thewordninja_bk: A Case for Teaching Inquiry https://t.co/YBqSxzXZrr #mbpick— Dana C. Ernst (@danaernst) February 25, 2017 Fascinating Nautilus piece on Harvey Friedman & foundational mathematics: https://t.co/xhUUcWtzwx #mbpick— Shecky R (@SheckyR) February 23, 2017 Language and Error-Correcting Codeshttps://t.co/0kpIMzqwyA@evelynjlamb on our innate ability to error-correct#math #mathchat#mbpick— Patrick Honner (@MrHonner) February 20, 2017 With pi-day celebrations 1 month away, Jim Propp's latest entry goes beyond the usual discussion: https://t.co/56l6fOy0Gg #mbpick— Shecky R (@SheckyR) February 17, 2017 Fun set of Smullyan-inspired logic puzzles from @benorlin https://t.co/mQq8N9KyN8#math #mathchat#mbpick— Patrick Honner (@MrHonner) February 17, 2017 TIL from @rmathematicus how to multiply and divide with Roman numerals. Mind blown! #mbpicks https://t.co/iCyfOCEr0F— Peter Krautzberger (@pkrautz) February 10, 2017 Long piece on foundations of (symplectic) geometry via Quanta: https://t.co/1KqoaLqNDF #mbpick— Shecky R (@SheckyR) February 9, 2017 What is an Experimental Math Course & Why Should We Care? By Lara Pudwell @amermathsoc #mbpick https://t.co/vyL1vwbnvh— Dana C. Ernst (@danaernst) January 23, 2017 The Bitplayer recounts interesting bits he came across at #JMM17 https://t.co/gGju4PYx0D #mbpicks— Peter Krautzberger (@pkrautz) January 10, 2017 “Mathematics for Human Flourishing” by @mathyawp https://t.co/qx5Cd6y004 #mbpick— Dana C. Ernst (@danaernst) January 8, 2017 1.2 Trillion Ways to Play the Same Sudokuhttps://t.co/Ec5f72vUyF@benorlin's puzzle about counting puzzles#math #mathchat#mbpick— Patrick Honner (@MrHonner) January 5, 2017 Sweet VR in the browser by @matthen2: Exploring conic sections via a flashlight https://t.co/VJzKrY8JJB #mbpicks— Peter Krautzberger (@pkrautz) November 30, 2016 The @rmathematicus is back to blogging. Taking apart another #histSTM cliché: "you never heard of"https://t.co/l16n5MLxFs #mbpicks— Peter Krautzberger (@pkrautz) November 18, 2016 I’ve shared before but it is worth rereading. “Habits of highly mathematical people” by @MathProgramming https://t.co/xsr9ULUBN2 #mbpick— Dana C. Ernst (@danaernst) August 30, 2016 Grab the feed for our Editors' Picks!