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What does a typical day look like?

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Rate of Change of Change

This week Bloomberg published a great article about the change of change in the US. I couldn’t pass up on sharing this article with you all because it’s about math and about social. This article focuses on the bottoms up … Continue reading

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Mathy Friendships

On a scale of one to ten, how much do you like each of your friends? We don’t often have reason to carefully evaluate the strengths of our relationships. However, as a fan of quantification, I’ve created a visualization of … Continue reading

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Etiquette at conferences

This week I’m attending the American Geophysical Union’s (AGU) Fall Meeting 2013. It’s a big, wonderful conference full of lots of interesting talks and lots and lots of scientists. This seems like a great opportunity to share some basics in … Continue reading

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