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Aperiodcast – MathsJam 2013!

We haven’t done one of these for absolutely ages. Since all three of us were at the big MathsJam conference a couple of weekends ago, we decided to introduce a local minimum into the fun curve by sitting down and talking about how this site’s doing.

Actually, we ended up talking about the MathsJam baking competition for absolutely ages. When we got round to talking about the site, we mentioned:


About the authors

  • Mathematician, koala fan, Aperiodical editor. Usually found paddling in the North Sea, or fiddling with computers.
  • Publicly engaging mathematician, Manchester MathsJam organiser, hairdo.
  • 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.

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