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Brain Teasers Central

http://www.brainteasercentral.com/

This is the type of site you will like if you really enjoy brain teasers. It has everything from math problems to different types of logic questions.


bit-player

http://bit-player.org/

The blogger is a Senior Writer for American Scientist magazine and offers bold and intelligent insight into both math and computers in this blog spot.

A Glitch in the Maptrix
by Brian Hayes about 3 years ago
Cosmic eggshells
by Brian Hayes about 3 years ago

God Plays Dice

http://godplaysdice.blogspot.com/

God Plays Dice is a different breed of math blog. It offers truly interesting stories with a math slant to them, on such topics as drinking, textbooks, no-hitters in baseball, and much more.


The Unapologetic Mathematician

http://unapologetic.wordpress.com/

The Unapologetic Mathematician offers some truly complex and interesting posts on math in general. Every once in a while, there will be some humor or other such insight, but this is a spot for high level math majors, or those knowledgeable of the field.



Wild About Math!

http://wildaboutmath.com/

This blog spot offers readers a way to look at math this is both fun and accessible. There are some interesting and fun posts here and it's definitely a site for math laypeople.

Richard Rusczyk – Inspired by Math #39
by Sol almost 3 years ago
Sue VanHattum – Inspired by Math #38
by Sol about 3 years ago


E. Kowalski's Blog

http://blogs.ethz.ch/kowalski/

This blog spot offers topics on many different facets of mathematics. It also covers anything else that happens to be on the blogger's mind at the time, as well.

All Hail the distinguished achievement professor!
by Kowalski over 3 years ago
On diplomats
by Kowalski over 3 years ago


MAA Number A Day

http://maanumberaday.blogspot.com/

The Mathematical Association of America offers a second site in which they post different every working day and then give readers properties of that number.

2015
by Mathematical Association of America over 2 years ago
6884
by Mathematical Association of America over 2 years ago

Math 4 Love

http://mathforlove.com/blog/

The blog was created to help readers fall in love with math. This is a math website written for a broader audience in mind and one that is easy to follow and informative.

Aggression: the amazing arithmetic game no one knows about
by Dan over 1 year ago
Lessons on Volume
by Dan over 1 year ago

The Number Warrior

http://numberwarrior.wordpress.com/

The blogger works with middle school and elementary teachers in an effort to show them how to teach mathematics. His blog offers some interesting insight into the subject matter.

My First Two Days of Geometry
by Jason Dyer almost 2 years ago
Follow Through, the largest US government educational experiment ever
by Jason Dyer almost 2 years ago

The Math Less Traveled

http://mathlesstraveled.com/

Billed as a crazy guy who likes to write about math, blogger Brent Yorgey lives up to his billing. It's a unique and interesting site that offers mathematicians and laypeople alike a great blog to seek out.

Factorization diagram posters!
by Brent over 3 years ago
PIE day
by Brent over 3 years ago

Climbing Mount Bourbaki

http://amathew.wordpress.com/

The blog comes from an undergrad mathematics student who himself is looking to further understand the complex field of mathematics. In writing the blog, he is able to do just that.

Science, activism, and fossil fuel divestment
by Akhil Mathew over 3 years ago