Last month, in August 2011, I awarded (actually I devoted my Love to) Peter Cameron’s blog as  Blog of the month. In this month too, I had created a list of approx. 140 blogs all across the web for the blog of the month,
Here is a list of 10 blogs which are  my personal favorites at this time and I love reading them regularly:

  1. Richard Wiseman Blog
  2. Abstract Nonsense
  3. Mathematics and Multimedia
  4. Maths Is New Black
  5. Mathfail
  6. Climbing Mount Bourbaki
  7. Waqas A Day
Richard’s Blog
Richard Wiseman

And Blog Of The Month for September is Richard Wiseman’s  Blog located at http://richardwiseman.wordpress.com. He is an absolute puzzler, great author  and his blog involves everything that one, who is not a math major,  may also think and care about.

Psychologist and author Professor Richard Wiseman carries out research into luck, the science of self-help, perception, belief and deception.

Richard Wiseman’s Books

His Latest Post is  Five funny signs which he published just today.

Review:

Total: 10/10
Design: 10/10
Content: 10/10
Periodicity Of Content:10/10
Language: 10/10 [easiest] Content Management: 9/10
Interaction: 9.5/10
View: 9/10


Please note that this selection is personal and I have no affiliation with any organization. Your views are invited in form of comments.

 

3 comments
  1. Thank you very much for this. With so many zillions of blogs out there, it can be tough to know where to start. It’s great to have some recommendations, particularly for a field that I haven’t read many blogs about. Loved Wiseman’s signs.

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