I have just discovered that on 9th October is celebrated the World Post Day, organized by the Universal Postal Union, the United Nations agency for postal services.
And I thought it would be a nice idea to show you my collection of math-related post cards. The first ones are from +plus Magazine (Website), which is a nice online magazine with incredibly interesting math-related posts. I totally advice you to take a look and you will surely find at least 10 articles there you like and also a lot of new things you didn’t know even existed.
Furthermore, at the beginning of September I discovered a nice app called Lettrs. It is a great app that encourages writing letters. Also it has a way of sending the letters to a proper address, but you can also post them online or keep them private for you and your penfriends. My goal is that one day I will make myself properly send at least one letter to someone dear to me. Here are photos of the letters I have written there (in case you have the application and want to find me easily just search for LThMathematics):
Hope you liked this post, and if you would like to know more email me at LThMathematics@gmail.com Any feedback is appreciated so use the like and share buttons! And don’t forget that today we are celebrating the importance of post and letters in our life.
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