Mathblog.com is dedicated to promoting the beauty of Mathematics at every level.
It was started in 2007 by Antonio Cangiano, a Software Developer and Technical Evangelist employed by IBM in their Analytics Emerging Technologies team. Born out of his passion for mathematics, it began as a personal blog, but following its early success the site is now accepting external submissions and contributions by guest writers.
Our long-term goal is to make it a hub for those who intend to publish high quality, interesting, and easy to follow mathematical articles on the web.
If you wish to contribute, please check out the write for us section.
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A suggestion for the booklist: Invitation to Mathematics, by W. W. Sawyer, published by Dover. It has a lot in common with What Is Mathematics?, but it’s shorter and more selective in what it covers, and is arguably better for the purpose.
Hi Mathblog. Another fellow higher math enthusiast here. I’ve been silently following you guys since the days Antonio was around. Let’s hope he’s doing fine these days.
On that note, since you guys have a category on math education, I thought that you might find this visual guide on higher math learning useful. It’s a neat guide which talks about the 10 principles needed to make higher math both enjoyable and meaningful.
Keep it up,