Yesterday I woke up in the afternoon after a long tiring night. The day went by pretty quickly — I hardly had enough time to finish up layout for this week’s issue of mathNEWS. Maybe when I look at it tomorrow, I’ll see all the mistakes that I missed. Well, I guess it’ll be okay, as long as it’s not as bad as V141i5… *shudders*.
If, like me, you’re allergic, may I recommend this certified peanut-free issue of mathNEWS?
And the goslings are starting to grow up. I wonder if the geese miss us… ?
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We are suspending all events that are not vital to the journalistic mission of mathNEWS.
Posting of issues online is considered vital to the academic mission of mathNEWS and will continue.
A surprise to be sure, but a welcome one.
If you don’t have one already, how about a date with this week’s issue of mathNEWS?
Our issue was too T H I Q Q to host on wordpress, so here’s a google drive link I guess.
There’s only three weeks left ’til the end of the 2010s. The imminence of a brand new calendar decade puts me into a reflective mood — I think to myself, how much have I grown these past ten years? How has the world changed? And perhaps most importantly — what’s to happen in the next ten years to come?
Maybe it’s no use to dawdle on that last question. It’ll be December 2029 before we know it…
…Wait, you just wanted to read updates about the Natural Log stuff? I guess we have that in this issue too.