Archive for February, 2008
A new game from IBM has a good environmental outcome as players need to save a virtual planet from near ecological doom.
A comparison of Google and Yahoo search results refutes the claim that Yahoo draws more younger searchers.
In this Newsletter
1. Changes to the IntMath Newsletter
2. Real life math example - CO2 levels in the atmosphere
3. This month’s math tips - Divisibility
4. Poll Results
5. More from the math blog
String theory suggests that the building blocks of the universe are one-dimensional vibrating strings, rather then zero-dimensional points.
Here's a satisfactory attempt to model the Earth's increase in CO2 concentration, using Excel and Scientific Notebook.
The abacus is still widely used in Japan. It's one method of making math more kinesthetic - and it's often faster than a calculator.
See the blog sitemap for all previous articles.