Tuesday, July 17, 2018
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Wednesday, July 11, 2018
On some website pop-up menus, there are so many possible titles that it's really hard to choose the most appropriate one to use.— Mason Porter (@masonporter) July 11, 2018
(Click to see the full list. Some selections are cut off.) pic.twitter.com/mRgnGMMxkd
Now we just need real-life Sinai and stadium billiards (and, of course, a mushroom billiard, to make Lyonia happy).
Unveiling the elliptical pool table designed by @AlexBellos captured local imagination: https://t.co/BlSu2PQ95m , https://t.co/bPVtkHF6Bh , https://t.co/MPAdoNv8pU . 1st in North America, 3rd in the world. Planning formal event at @WaterlooMath in the fall.— Stephen M. Watt (@Stephen_Watt) July 11, 2018
(Tip of the cap to Alex Bellos.)
Update: The table pictured in the article appears to be a circle, rather than a more general ellipse.
I have never laughed out loud reading a journal article, until I saw this little gem from Lakens, Scheel, and Isager (2018). Talk about total transparency!https://t.co/4eAsdvFbMI pic.twitter.com/OsVUTYf71e— Stacy T. Shaw 🇭🇷 (@StacyTShaw) July 11, 2018
Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Ukrainian photographer Vyacheslav Mishchenko catches these unbelievably stunning up-close photographs of snails pic.twitter.com/Lhgj2zcx6S— Life on Earth 🌴 (@planetepics) July 10, 2018
(Tip of the cap to Invisible Scientist.)
Thursday, July 05, 2018
Interested in #MASON for agent-based modeling? Check out our new paper: The MASON Simulation Toolkit: Past, Present, and Future. More details @ https://t.co/II9TFkQ7SU The link also points you to a lot of new demo models for GIS & ABM pic.twitter.com/8OnbC5ckud— Andrew Crooks (@AndyCrooks) July 4, 2018
(Tip of the cap to Sang Hoon Lee.)
Tuesday, July 03, 2018
And now, on this occasion, even the band itself accidentally tagged me in their Facebook post instead of themselves!
Rock on! ("Folk on?")
One of these years, I seriously need to crash one of their shows with a short mathematics lecture.