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# Category Archives: Blogging

## A New Appearance

I have changed the appearance of the blog. The main feature of the new appearance that I like is that the comments are with the same size fonts as the posts themselves. This is especially useful for the polymath3 posts. … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging
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## Budapest, Seattle, New Haven

Here we continue the previous post on Summer 2010 events in Reverse chronological order. Happy birthday Srac In the first week of August we celebrated Endre Szemeredi’s birthday. This was a very impressive conference. Panni, Endre’s wife, assisted by her … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Conferences
Tagged Branko Grunbaum, Conferences, Endre Szemeredi, Victor Klee
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## Mabruk Elon, India, and More

I am starting this post in Jaipur. My three children are watching a movie in our Jaipur hotel room and I watch them while I begin to write this post. Hagai is in the middle of a long-planned three-month trip … Continue reading

## Math Overflow

So I did try mathoverflow a bit and it is a cool site. Over the few days I spent there I gained 593 reputation points, and no less than 9 bronze badges. The first answer I proposed gave me a badge as “teacher”, … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Mathematics over the Internet
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## Gina Says Part two

Download the second part of my book “Gina Says.” Link to the post with the first part. “Gina Says,” Adventures in the Blogosphere String War selected and edited by Gil Kalai Praise for “Gina Says” After having … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Controversies and debates, Gina Says
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## My Book: “Gina Says,” Adventures in the Blogosphere String War

I wrote a book. It is a sort of a popular science book and it is also about blogging and debating. You can download the first part of the book : It is a 94 page pdf file. “Gina Says,” Adventures in … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Gina Says
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## Two Fractal Vegtables Found on Blogs

Physicists and mathematicians think alike: From Kowalski’s blog From asymptotia

## Exciting New Blogs and New Posts

There are new exciting blogs and all sort of nice things on old blogs. In Avzel’s journal you can find a post with the words and a link to the performence of a beautiful Leonard Cohen’s song “everybody knows”; and you can … Continue reading

## Polymath1: Success!

“polymath” based on internet image search And here is a link to the current draft of the paper. Update: March 26, the name of the post originally entitled “Polymath1: Probable Success!” was now updated to “Polymath1: Success!” It is now becoming … Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Combinatorics, What is Mathematics
Tagged Density Hales-Jewett theorem, polymath1
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