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Love it! I want MORE
Thanks, that means a lot! I’ll be working as hard as I can (while still prioritizing grad studies) to add content as fast as I can. My current goal is 1-2 lessons per week and at least a blog post a week, with the implied additions to the glossary. Here’s to hoping that goal is met!
Is there anyway you’d consider creating a Facebook or tumblr for this? I’d love to view your posts regularly but there’s no way I’ll remember to check back here
That’s not a bad idea. Seeing as I am completely illiterate when it comes to tumblr, I would probably choose facebook between the two. I’ll try to make a page for it by tomorrow, thanks for the suggestion!
Turns out I did what I said I wouldn’t and made a tumblr: http://truebeautyofmath.tumblr.com/
I’ll post it on this site but since you asked I figured you should know first 😉
perfect! i eagerly await your posts 🙂
This is quite wonderful! Thank you so much for dedicating the time to do this 🙂
My pleasure, and I’m glad you like it!
This site is amazing. Looking forward to working through it!
Awesome, I hope you enjoy!
I have found out this blog from a Quora’s question about self-learning mathematics; I am currently on your lessons, I have to tell you that your approach is interesting, I have been researching for sites like this to get a new glance about what mathematics is.
Personally I have found mathematics challenging for the fact of how it is taught to people at some levels of school, I have been studying at the public educational system since I remember, I have normally done the ”traditional” way to learn maths, by memorizing and calculations, I found it fine until the doubt of why I am doing what I am doing came to my head. Now I cannot stop thinking about how can I REALLY Learn what I am supposed to know of maths.
Thanks for this site.
Great! Glad you found it and I hope you enjoy 🙂