A Mathematical Love Story
Here is the obligatory love post on Valentines Day. It is a bit ironic that this day is named after a celibate man who was beheaded for his faith. I’ll leave that alone, and share this “love story” with a mathematical flare. If you make it through to the end, there is a math pun […]
Bruxy Cavey on Discipleship
An interesting reminder on the difference between a Savior and a Lord. (HT: Rob Martin)
A Tribute to Escher
This is a fun little look at some things inspired by the work of M.C. Escher.
Now that Leap Day Is Over …
What are your plans for the leap second coming later this year? If you don’t know what I’m talking about, check out this video: (HT: Rob Martin)
Pretty Sure I’ve Heard This Presentation
(HT: Jason Molesky)
How to Bomb the AP Stats Test
To those of us who grade AP Stats, this is hilarious. If you are not one of those, you might learn something about how not to do statistics.
Interesting Statistics from 60 Minutes
I can’t embed the videos here at this point, but here are a series of videos from recent 60 Minutes episodes that reference statistics in the news. First, on a recent case of forged credentials and misrepresented data at Duke University. The main piece can be found here. A bit about the researcher and his overstated […]
A Fun Piano Guys Video
This is probably my favorite video from The Piano Guys (and I’ve watched quite a few). Enjoy! (This one is for you, Heather Martin!)
Some Amazing Piano Playing
This is for my pianist friends, and those who appreciate beautiful playing. Love the constant views of his fingerwork!