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Academic maths pals: the talks from E-Assessment in the Mathematical Sciences, the conference I helped to organise, are now online at

19th century mathematicians: all curves that are continuous are differentiable

weierstrass: *defines a curve that is totally continuous but non-differentiable at not only a point, but every single point in its existence*

19th century mathematicians: :surprised_pikachu:

That's nowhere near an accurate transcription of this video but now I've got the opening lyrics for my new album

@virtuosew my daughter has a friend called Clovis. They're French, which mitigates it somewhat, but it's still an unusual choice

Explain why you'll never have to carry a 9 when doing long multiplication

Based on the number of out of office replies I'm getting, it looks like the answer is yes

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About to discover if I can send an email BCCed to over 400 people

My 'mathematicians for change' and 'mathematicians for inclusion' stickers have finally arrived!

Yesterday I gave my talk at the E-Assessment in Mathematical Sciences 2020 conference about "Inclusive e-assessment".
It's 10 minutes long, and a lot of it is applicable to all course material, not just assessment.
The video, transcript and references are online at

They said: Cauchy-Schwartz.

YouTube heard: koshish warts.

@11011110 @ColinTheMathmo yeah, that's right, i forgot to reapply our changes atter upgrading

alright have the world's worst static site generator

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