The MathTwitterBlogoSphere

The MathTwitterBlogoSphere (wisely abbreviated to #mtbos) is something that I’m keen to observe and dabble in where I can too. I love the idea of sharing Maths ideas, enthusiasm and geekery.

Me, Chris Smith

Me, Chris Smith

My name is Chris Smith, from Scotland and I write a weekly Maths newsletter which goes out by email to over 500 Maths lovers across the planet (you could join them too of course…just email aap03102 at gmail.com).

Because of that I am kind of reluctant to start a full-blown blog as I think I’d inevitably reduce the quality of the newsletter. So I’m kind of cheating by hi-jacking this website which hosts a super-cool programme Pi-Wire that my friend Fraser and I created to help visualise every genuine Maths-fan’s constant (a wee flavour of what it does can be found here  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=890mMr3KIzk).

Please check Pi-Wire out and I’m looking forward to the missions of the #mitbos project…It’ll be insπring!

Oh, I’m also on twitter (@aap03102).


Comments

The MathTwitterBlogoSphere — 4 Comments

  1. This is a really interesting site- I will have to use it on pi day. I still like to get my blogs by email so the email newsletter would still fit- I will send you an email.

    • Leah,
      If you read this page it attempts to explain how the images are generated… http://piwire.co.uk/about-pi-wire-2/
      If that still doesn’t help, send me another message or even better download and watch the pictures form and that will probably make things a bit clearer!
      Thanks for the comment though :)

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