If “ino” is taken, try “alino”. If *that’s* taken, you are permitted to name the particle after yourself.

I think if we wanted to be *FULLY* accurate, I should have had the finish line on a sharp incline.

“I’m getting closer. What happens if I do this-?”

*Error!*

“Okay, maybe not *that*.”

We need to expose students to more than just the typical academic career path.

02 Dec 2020

I’ve always found it tragic how research papers have to dress up what can be simple notions into some which are incredibly complex. At its core, the problem lies with finding good notation to express a given question or problem. Without this, the reader has to translate from opaque notation to the simple but informal arguments, which are easier to understand.

30 Nov 2020

I’ve always found these sentences in mathematics to be so lyrical. They almost *want* you to complete them in this way, even when we can get a little carried away.