Happy New Year! And welcome to the first Carnival of Mathematics of 2014. The Carnival is a monthly roundup of blog posts on or related to mathematics, from all over the internet. Posts are submitted by authors and readers, and collated by the host, whose blog it’s posted on. This month, the Carnival has pulled in here at The Aperiodical, and we’re all ready with our party hats for the celebration of mathematical blogging that implies.

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### Carnival of Mathematics 105

The next issue of the Carnival of Mathematics, rounding up blog posts from the month of November, and compiled by Oluwasanya Oluwafemi, is now online at Mathemazier.

The Carnival rounds up maths blog posts from all over the internet, including some from our own Aperiodical. See our Carnival of Mathematics page for more information.

### Carnival of Mathematics 104

The next issue of the Carnival of Mathematics, rounding up blog posts from the month of October, and compiled by Shecky Riemann, is now online at Math-Frolic.

The Carnival rounds up maths blog posts from all over the internet, including some from our own Aperiodical. See our Carnival of Mathematics page for more information.

### Carnival of Mathematics 103

The next issue of the Carnival of Mathematics, rounding up blog posts from the month of September, and compiled by Evelyn Lamb, is now online at Roots of Unity.

The Carnival rounds up maths blog posts from all over the internet, including some from our own Aperiodical. See our Carnival of Mathematics page for more information.

### Carnival of Mathematics 102

The next issue of the Carnival of Mathematics, rounding up blog posts from the month of August, and compiled by Michelle, is now online at My Summation.

### Carnival of Mathematics #101: Prime Numbered Special Edition

Welcome to the 101st edition of the Carnival of Mathematics. The Aperiodical took over running the Carnival when it launched in April 2012, at Carnival 85. Although it’s conventional to celebrate round number anniversaries (and even though I’m left-handed), we decided for a combination of reasons not to make a big deal out of Carnival 100 – instead inviting maths author Richard Elwes to host it on his blog – and instead to make the more exciting number 101 into our big celebration of how long the Carnival’s been running.

### Carnival of Mathematics 100

The next issue of the Carnival of Mathematics, rounding up blog posts from the month of June, and compiled by author Richard Elwes, is now online at Simple City.