As you may have noticed, this has turned into a linkblog. Blame my job. Blame one of your fellow readers for alerting me of the job’s existence.
Andrew Gelman asks Do college football results impact the election?
Darryl Yong in the Notices of the AMS: Adventures in teaching: A professor goes to high school to learn about teaching math?
Technology Review reports on Univfy, a startup answering the question of what your chances of conceiving a baby via IVF are.
David Talbot at Technology Review asks what google knows about the presidential race.
Papercraft sculptures based on Byrne’s Euclid.
Donald Saari, who works on the theory of voting, goes to a fourth grade classroom. The fourth graders are surprisingly smart.
2 thoughts on “Weekly links for October 28 (one day late)”
Once again a nice link collection. Just a heads-up: The links have double quotes at the end of the url.
Haha, well you can blog during work, I won’t tell anyone 😉