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### Who am I?

I am Gaurav Tiwari -a down to earth boy from Kushinagar — an almost graduated mathematics plus physics major from “not so famous” Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur. The webpage of my university is http://www.ddugu.edu.in

### More…

I have been using WordPress blogging system since 2009 and this interval made me an expert in maximum of stuffs related to WordPress. I enjoyed a six months long “WordPress.com forum Volunteer” life and found many amazing blog-pals. I was blogging on another major site ; symbian-developers.net (self-hoted) since October 2012 but leaved the same in March after busy exam schedules and lack of interest in the Symbian Developers community.

I am the only son of my parents and have two sweet sisters at home. Now a days, I am living a student’s life in college’s ‘hostel and so unable to stay a lot with family. At the moment, I am aged over 20 years, and will be 21 on 19th October 2013.

MY DIGITAL NOTEBOOK (*aka* MDNB ) is my dream project for research and recreational writings. As the name suggests, MDNB is not aimed to be just a blog but also a notebook. Here I write about Mathematics, Physics and Other Mathematical Sciences related topics including some stuffs related to Tech and WordPress.

My choices have always been variable and this weblog is a result of the same dynamic interest, as in 2009, I got addicted to blogging stuffs–and created dojens of blogs over the internet. Out of all these dojens, only this blog is running well. Before MDNB, I was blogging on another blog iamgaurav.blog.co.in (now deleted) and  settled myself as a good writter.  This weblog was created in its primary form on 13th September 2010, with the blog  title “Gaurav Happy Tiwari — Technically Mad” @wpgaurav.wordpress.com .  Initially I wrote few quotes and general web & science related posts here, but sooner my interests changed and I started blogging about educational topics. In June 2011, I changed the Title “Gaurav Happy Tiwari” to “MY DIGITAL NOTEBOOK” and dedicated  my writing to mathematical sciences. On 30th November 2011, I switched to a top level domain, gauravtiwari.org.

### AIMS OF MY DIGITAL NOTEBOOK

The main aim of this blog is to experience a true mathematician in myself. Others are

• To connect with similar minded bloggers, students and researchers.
• To make my works online.
• To inspire students to write about Maths.
• To use the unused time.
• To experience more about WordPress
• To see my name in Google Search.

### MY FUTURE AIMS

Sorted by Long Term to Short Term:

• PhD in Mathematics (stream not decided yet)
• Civil Services Officer (Parents’ Wish)
• Own Domain

### THANKS

Below is a list of some people and Organizations to whom I would like to say thanks:

• WordPress.com and Automattic, for their useful blogging platform
• Google and Reddit, For referring so many visitors.
• TimeThief and Panos, for their brilliant blogging tips and tricks.
• Surya Kant Tripathi, Atul Pandey for being with me.
• John Baez, Terence Tao, Matt Mullenweg, Alex Youcis and Timothy Gowers, for inspiring me to write Mathematical Stuffs.
• Department of Science and Technology, for supporting me economically with INSPIRE-DST Scholarship for Higher Education.
• Ganesh Dhamodkar, for his dearest inspiration.
• All Visitors and Commentators

### TOOLS

Here are the tools I used for blogging, sorted by date

• Nokia 2700 Classic device; using post by email feature and m.wordpress.com
• Nokia C6-00 (Symbian device)
• WordPress for Nokia
• WordMobi
• Nokia 603 (Nokia Belle)
• CutePress
• Lenovo G-580
• Windows Live Writer
• Thunder Bird Email Client
• Microsoft Office 2013
• WordPress.com app for Windows 8
• BlueGriffon

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Usually, I use images from internet and I hope that those are copyright free. If you think that I have used an image illegally, then please mail me at gaurav@gauravtiwari.org .

I love comments and feedback. I always wait for a comment to appear on my dashboard and the things to pop in my mailbox. Below are some easy guidelines to comment better:

• Be polite. Write to the topic. You may not use objectionable words, however critics and spicy comments are always welcomed.
• If you didn’t understand any fact in an article, you may ask me to elaborate that mentioning the paragraph.
• If you don’t own a gravatar, an image which is shown with your name, then you may visit gravatar.com and sign-up for a Gravatar account. Well, it’s not compulsory — it’s just for fun.
• You can add an image to your comment by typing the image url. When moderating the comment, I’ll contest that url into an image.
• To insert a YouTube / Vimeo / TED / VodPod video, just enter [servicename=http://videourl]. For example to insert a video of YouTube, type
• To insert some source-codes; type[source language='name'] Your source code[/source].Allowed language names are:
• php
• css
• html
• xhtml
• python

and more.
For example, typing

[source language='css']
.body {
background-color:#8fff08a;
font-family:georgia;
}
[/source]
yields

 .body {
background-color:#8fff08a;
font-family:georgia;
}
• You may use LaTeX codes to write mathematical formulae into comments. Use following pattern to write a LaTeX code:
$latex [Your LaTeX code without bracket]$.
For example, to write
$\dfrac{1}{\pi} = \dfrac{\sqrt{8}}{9801} \displaystyle{\sum_{n=0}^{\infty}} \dfrac{(4n)!}{{(n!)}^4} \cdot \dfrac{[1103+26390n]}{396^{4n}}$
just type
$latex \dfrac{1}{\pi} = \dfrac{\sqrt{8}}{9801} \displaystyle{\sum_{n=0}^{\infty}} \dfrac{(4n)!}{{(n!)}^4} \cdot \dfrac{[1103+26390n]}{396^{4n}}$
• If you wrote something wrong, then remember that you can neither edit or delete your last comment. So, if you need any improvement in last comment — just Type another comment or tweet me a mention @wpgaurav or mail me at
gaurav@gauravtiwari.org

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2. To contact you, for further feedback

1. ” Maths, Physics and Chemistry” – i’m only interested in physics, but also a long time ago, lol.

• Well, that should not be a problem. I really liked your blog —that is cool. I have a personal blog too, that is light to read if you are not enjoying posts here.

2. I’m dropping in to wish you a Happy Valentine’s Day.
All my best to always,
TiTi

• Thanks for dropping by and Happy Valentine’s Day to you too! Enjoy the days.

3. I love to read you… next ..
and thanks for inspiration all the time…..

• You’re most welcome Surya! I hope you’ll start serious blogging soon. I haven’t seen any post on your blog yet —but possibilities are exciting for you.

4. ÖSEF says:

Hum, Dieudonné stated a mathematician is a person who has got a non-trivial proof of a theorem/conjecture published — « Un mathématicien, dans ce qui suit, sera donc défini comme quelqu’un qui a publié au moins la démonstration d’un théorème non trivial » — and surely writing about mathematics is a necessary, but clearly insufficient.