Christian Perfect: 2012 was an alright year. At the very least, all of it happened, which is better than some had predicted. And since 2012 did happen, we are obliged by the Laws of Something to give out some awards. Katie Steckles: Of course, the most noteworthy thing which happened in 2012 was the creation…

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### The Aperiodical is half!

Exactly six months ago, we launched The Aperiodical. Since then, we’ve published 523 posts to 115,000 visitors; been slashdotted, Hacker Newsed, and reddited; mentioned on Radio 4; got to the bottom of a mystery; been inordinately proud of a new set of fonts; published pieces by 11 guest authors; and laughed all the way to…

### Carnival of Mathematics 89

Welcome to the 89th Carnival of Mathematics, this month hosted here at The Aperiodical. While The Aperiodical team is involved in administrating the Carnival (more information about the Carnival can be found here), it is hosted on a different blog each month. Last month cp’s mathem-o-blog was the host for Carnival of Mathematics 88, and…

### Topics from the second year of the Math/Maths Podcast

A year ago I compiled a list of topics we had covered on the first year of the Math/Maths Podcast. This was ahead of the first anniversary and 50th episode. Yesterday is two years since the release of episode 1 and tomorrow we will record episode 100, so I’m repeating the task for our second…

### Math/Maths 95: Massively Multiplayer Online Mathematics

A new episode of the Math/Maths Podcast has been released. A conversation about mathematics between the UK and USA from Pulse-Project.org. This week Samuel and Peter spoke about: Math Massive Open Online Course (MOOC); A-level sciences ‘lack the maths students need’; School maths should be more practical, say (some) teenagers; College Dropout Became Mathematical Genius…