6 July 2011
Today on Not About Apples, tying up some loose tau-related ends. Including this, my first-ever sudoku puzzle.
(Edit: I mistyped one of the givens when I first posted this. This is corrected now. The 1 in row six was incorrectly given as a dot. My apologies for any frustration this may have caused anyone.)
taudoku 1 (fixed)
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28 June 2011
Today on Not About Apples, it’s Tau Day! Pictures of pastry, a rallying cry for new tau-themed fun for next year, and most of all a link to Michael John Blake fantastic video which makes music from the digits of τ.
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Or just go see the music video: What Tau Sounds Like
26 June 2011
Today on Not About Apples, I confront head-on one of the outstanding dessert-related issues which faces the Tau-ist Revolution. Spoiler alert: the solution involves lots of fruit and pastry.
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24 June 2011
Today on Not About Apples, I celebrate the approach of Tau Day with an image of Tau constructed from its digits.
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Or just grab the image: Tau Digits
23 June 2011
Today on Not About Apples, why mathematicians prefer radians to degrees, and what that has to do with Tau Day. Also, I use the word “myriograde”.
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22 June 2011
Back after a long hiatus on Not About Apples, where I’m kicking off my countdown to Tau Day 2011 (which is next Tuesday) in true Cap-style, by digressing about exponential functions. Some links to what Tau Day is all about, and a fuzzy place between subjectivity and objectivity.
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28 September 2010
A book recommendation for the young mathematician (grade 1-8) in your life.
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