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- A Probability Puzzle That You’ll Get Wrong Math with Bad Drawings
- Gaydar algorithms and ethics mathbabe
- An Interview with Yours Truly Scientific American Blog: Roots of Unity
- G.A. Barnard: The “catch-all” factor: probability vs likelihood Error Statistics Philosophy
- A mistake that led to a great conversation Mike's Math Page
- How Many Rectangles Are There? “Superhumans” Can Solve In 10 Seconds Mind Your Decisions
- Lessons from a great geometry homework problem Mike's Math Page
- George Barnard’s birthday: stopping rules, intentions Error Statistics Philosophy
- Sharing Jim Propp’s base 3/2 essay with kids part 3 Mike's Math Page
- Lattice Paths and Continued Fractions II The n-Category Café
- Applied Category Theory at UCR (Part 2) The n-Category Café
- Sharing Jim Propp’s base 3/2 essay with kids part 2 Mike's Math Page
- In Defense of Text-Based GTD Methods Solvable by Radicals
- The Legacy of Jonathan Borwein Devlin's Angle
- The State of Being Stuck Math with Bad Drawings
- Sharing Jim Propp’s base 3/2 essay with kids Mike's Math Page
- Upcoming Grassroots Workshop in December Finding Ways
- Drama Therapy: A Math Viewpoint Gödel’s Lost Letter and P=NP
- A Symphony with an Irrational Time Signature Math with Bad Drawings
- Lattice Paths and Continued Fractions I The n-Category Café
- Can You Solve Dave Carpenter’s Ants On A Cube Puzzle? Mind Your Decisions
- Revisiting Popper’s Demarcation of Science 2017 Error Statistics Philosophy
- Sharing Kelsey Houston-Edwards’s Axiom of Choice video with kids Mike's Math Page
- The Joy of Sexagesimal Floating-Point Arithmetic Scientific American Blog: Roots of Unity
- Revisiting Jacob Lurie’s Breakthrough Prize lecture Mike's Math Page
- Thinking about a math appreciation class Mike's Math Page
- Happy Birthday Ken Gödel’s Lost Letter and P=NP
- An introductory stars and bars problem Mike's Math Page
- Learning from Mantis’s Silke Delafortrie, Julia Lischka, and Trixi Peterstorfer Mike's Math Page
- Upcoming events (and recent podcasts)! mathbabe
- Jordan Ellenberg's Favorite Theorem Scientific American Blog: Roots of Unity
- My Big Numbers talk at Festivaletteratura Shtetl-Optimized
- Peircean Induction and the Error-Correcting Thesis Error Statistics Philosophy
- Literature’s Greatest Opening Lines, as Written By Mathematicians Math with Bad Drawings
- Facebook and Google, Show Us Your Ad Data mathbabe
- Applied Category Theory 2018 The n-Category Café
- A TSP Breakthrough Gödel’s Lost Letter and P=NP
- The Noncombustive Property of Skulls Math with Bad Drawings
- The Gallons of Milk Theory of Weight Loss mathbabe
- Between 2 Numbers Finding Ways
- When Is N Squared Plus 45 Equal To A Perfect Square? Sunday Puzzle Mind Your Decisions
- Professor Roberta Millstein, Distinguished Marjorie Grene speaker September 15 Error Statistics Philosophy
- Postdoc in Applied Category Theory The n-Category Café
- There Is No Perfect Teacher (Just a Bunch of Great Ones) Math with Bad Drawings
- We’re Losing the War on Opioids mathbabe
- The Hottest Tablet on the Market (Babylonian category) Math with Bad Drawings
- Can You Solve This Cambridge Exam Question? Math Problem, 1802 Mind Your Decisions
- All She Wrote (so far): Error Statistics Philosophy: 6 years on Error Statistics Philosophy
- GapP, Oracles, and Quantum Supremacy Shtetl-Optimized
- A Few of My Favorite Spaces: The Real Projective Plane Scientific American Blog: Roots of Unity
- Learning to eat again mathbabe
- I Will Read Your Mind – Math Magic Trick Three Digit Number Mind Your Decisions
- Everything Sounds Better with Mathematics Math with Bad Drawings
- Tokens Solvable by Radicals
- Look Who’s Fighting Our Algorithmic Overlords mathbabe
- A Retirement Party for Joel Seiferas Gödel’s Lost Letter and P=NP
- Don't Fall for Babylonian Trigonometry Hype Scientific American Blog: Roots of Unity
- Schröder Paths and Reverse Bessel Polynomials The n-Category Café
- A Puzzle on Multi-Sorted Lawvere Theories The n-Category Café
- Emille Davie Lawrence's Favorite Theorem Scientific American Blog: Roots of Unity