On the other hand, reading ancient math is still fascinating. In my number theory class, we read a number of Euclid's proofs . Now, Reading Odyssey, the group that puts on Marathon 2500, is doing a Euclid group. It's free if you have never joined a Reading Odyssey project before. I have been toying with the idea of joining...
I will be posting about the conference and Horace poems in the next few days.
- We read one of the proofs on talk-like-a-pirate-day and Cerinthus' sister read it in a pirate voice. It was hilarious. This is the same class in which the pineapple incident took place.