Puzzle: put content warnings on solutions, please!
I have a #puzzle in the current issue of New Scientist, thanks to Rob Eastaway for xoming up with clearer wording.
(Though that didn't stop my dad from getting it wrong and insisting that the puzzle was incorrect instead of his solution)
While the baby is sleeping, I'm having fun working through the Lean natural numbers game https://wwwf.imperial.ac.uk/~buzzard/xena/natural_number_game/ #math
I've made a clock which runs through every permutation of a deck of cards, swapping one pair every second.
It's not very useful.
Chillies! Grown outside! In the North of England!#SpicyMiracle
I'm sure this must already be a thing, but I can't come up with the right google words to find it, so I've made my own:
A tool to take a subtitles file and a video and make a page showing the transcript alongside the video itself.
At the moment it just copes with Vimeo, because that's where the two videos I want it for are hosted.
Here's one of them: http://www.numbas.org.uk/talks/numbas-training-2020-07-15/
I have a load of EAMS talks on YouTube, so I'll support that next
I've seen some combinatorial underestimates on packaging before, but this one looks particularly low.
If you feel like you need to make a visual statement of (1) your beliefs and (2) your mega-nerdity, Kate Poirier's brilliant "Math for equality" badges and shirts are just the thing: https://www.zazzle.co.uk/store/mathforequality
They're expensive but that's because the proceeds go to https://www.beammath.org/
Google Maps has sent me my "April timeline update".
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