Reading “Fermat’s Last Theorem”

Just recently I have finished reading Fermat's Last Theorem: The Story Of A Riddle That Confounded The World's Greatest Minds For 358 Years by Simon Singh. Therefor, I decided to write a short review about it. I know about Fermat's last theorem since I was around 12 years old. I was always so confused that something... Continue Reading →

Christmas Gift Ideas for a Mathematician

It is that time of the year when everyone is thinking at Christmas presents. So, I thought I could help some of you (or your partners/friends/family) with some ideas for this Christmas. Without further explanations, let us start the list: 1. Books!!! Books!! And more BOOKS!! Don't be surprised, every mathematician loves a good book. At... Continue Reading →

My Last Shopping Day

I have never wrote a post like this, but I thought it is the right time to this because in the past month (especially during my October holiday) I have bought quite a lot of interesting maths related items, which I think you would be interested to know about. Expect a couple of books!!! During... Continue Reading →

Codex Silenda : the Book of Puzzles

You know I have been trying to keep you up to date to great Kickstarter projects which are related to mathematics. I think we should support these projects and more people should know about them. This time I have a great puzzle book to present. Codex Silenda: the Book of Puzzles is a five page puzzle... Continue Reading →

Books I’ve read in March

I have decided to start writing more about the books I am reading. There will be different types of books, not just textbooks or mathematics related ones - but I will do my best to show you the mathematics inside them, you will surprised to find out how much mathematics is hidden into just normal... Continue Reading →

Reading Math before going to Sleep

Hope everyone has a great Easter. Today I wanted to recommend a book - a math book, of course. It is a book I have finished reading a while ago, but I didn't review it. I am talking about "The Bedside Book of Algebra" by Michael Willers. First of all algebra was and still is one of... Continue Reading →

Inspiration for “History Facts”

The project "History Facts daily in December" is sadly finished. All the blog posts were posted just recently (last one is: History Facts to their Best). Thank you a million for all your help and support. I was very impressed by your enthusiasm on the topic, thus I will try and do things like this... Continue Reading →

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