I'm starting to take this "blogging" thing more seriously,
but I keep getting fleeting ideas for things to write about,
and then when it comes time to write something I can never
remember any of them.
So this is where I'll put cryptic, and not so cryptic, notes
about things I could/should write about:
- Monty Hall
- 10 bucket, two choice variant
- Richard Wiseman
- The Tuesday Boy
- Survivorship bias, startups, and Bayesian analysis.
- Using a river to find the earth's radius
- Fourier, the spring, the string, and the pendulum.
- Glueing together the edges of squares
- and other shapes
- filling in holes
- classifying surfaces
- locally one-sided?
- Proof that | [0,1)^2 | == |[0,1)|
- Not the interleaving, as that doesn't work
- ... or use that one and fix it so it does work.
- There exists a transcendental
- Dedekind cuts
- The Triangles
- Hill-Climbing / Hill-Descending
- Spikey Spheres
- 1800-dimensional optimisation
- Image approximation
- The tension between explaining clearly,
and helping to develop proof skills
- Decision tree in business
- RANT: developers should be made to use slow machines.
I did have more but, somewhat ironically, I can't remember them ...
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