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This is the first month of this series and discussing article is made in hurry, so one can feel an emptiness and lack of interest in it. But believe, Blog of the monthwas not selected in hurry. I took quick looks on about 500 blogs and thousands of posts. I created a list of all blogs I read and rated them on behalf of their qualities, visitors, content, language etc. From the list of 513 blogs, the shortlisted blogs were:
- What’s New (math)
- Gödel’s Lost Letter and P=NP(Math and Computer Science)
- Peter Cameron’s Blog(math)
- Let’s Play Math(math)
- Unapologetic Mathematician(math)
- Cock Tail Party Physics(Physics)
- WordPress Tips(Blogging)
- Honglang Wang’s Blog (Math and Programming)
- The GeomBlog(CS)
- Republic Of Mathematics (Math and Media)
I count a lot of things that there’s no need to count. Just because that’s the way I am. But I count all the things that need to be counted.
And Yes! The blog of the month is Peter Cameron’s Blog with useful content, interactive language and multidimensional approach to mathematics.
Peter Cameron is a professor of mathematics in London and he writes about math, media and education at http://cameroncounts.wordpress.com. He mingles everything with math, like poetry – media – fun and internet. His blog is full of Expositories, Problems and Results, Posts about doing – playing and learning mathematics, Poetry, Events Talks and Conferences, Typesettings and Mathematics in Media. A list of categorized posts can be found here.
Frequency of Posts: 8.5/10
Content Management: 10/10
[Last Updated: 20:03 IST 2011/08/05]
What are you views and thoughts on this selection? Rate Peter Cameron’s blog on the base of 10. Your comments are heartly welcomed.