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Aperiodcast – 21/10/2012

Here’s another episode of our irregular podcast about what’s been happening on the site.

This time, we talked about:

Christian apologises for the poor sound quality, an unavoidable consequence of being at the family home for the weekend without a proper microphone.

As always, we’re keen to hear about your mathematical exploits either by email at, our twitter @aperiodical, or whatever means you can think of to get in contact with us.


About the authors

  • Mathematician, koala fan, Aperiodical editor. Usually found paddling in the North Sea, or fiddling with computers.

  • Peter Rowlett teaches mathematics at university. His views do not represent those of his employer. His column at The Aperiodical is Travels in a Mathematical World.

2 Responses to “Aperiodcast – 21/10/2012”

  1. John McKenna

    Your title font is Concrete Roman, which was designed for the book Concrete Mathematics (Graham, Knuth, Patashnik). The preface explains that Concrete is both the opposite of Abstract, and also a blend of Continuous and Discrete.


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