### Division by Zero

http://divisbyzero.com/Division by Zero offers articles on math, technology, teaching, and puzzles for the reader. There's some really interesting content on this site.

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Division by Zero offers articles on math, technology, teaching, and puzzles for the reader. There's some really interesting content on this site.

This is a mathematical blog spot created and run by Berkeley PhD students. It covers theory, research, and multiple other high level math related items.

The blogger is a professor of applied mathematics at Cornell University and offers expert information on his math-related blog spot.

This is a non-profit publishing house blog specializing in courses and books on non-commutative algebra and/or non-commutative geometry. NeverEndingBooks gives itself one year to learn (and report) about the many aspects of the book-production cyclus and to explore whether an alternative exists.

The blog offers insight into mathematics, theory, astrophysics, and much more. This is a small, but solid site.

Blogger Izabella is a Professor of Math at the University of British Columbia and possesses a PhD from the U. of Toronto. She blogs on a variety of topics related to mathematics.

The Geomblog offers distinct ruminations on computer science, algorithms, geometry, and on life in general.

Konrad offers a variety of information on mathematics and a variety of other subjects... Topics covered include metaphysics, flat modules, physics, algorithms, and much else in this diverse and interesting blog spot.

The tagline for this one is... "A mathematician thinks aloud." While he covers math related issues, the blogger also delves into topics that are a little bit more weighty than math, such as immunity, T cells, and autoimmune diseases.

The n-category cafe offers a group blog spot that covers math, science, physics, and philosophy, all rolled up into a very interesting and informative blog spot.

The blogger is a postdoctoral researcher at the mathematics department of the Instituto Superior Tecnico in Portugal. He offers mathematical posts with a slant on physics and life within its pages.

Mathematics is one of the categories on this all-encompassing blog site. Other topics include food, Islam, crime, biology, and much, much more.

The blog offers insight from a professor of mathematics in London. Topics covered include graphs, bases, geomagic squares, and much more.

Mappings, codimension zero embeddings, geometry, cocircularity, and more are topics covered on this blog spot.

A great resource for budding economists, this blog really gets into some of the theory behind different approaches to economics. Includes older posts archived by month dating back to March, 2006.