A case for government (November 26, 2023)

# Blog posts from past years

Here are blog posts from previous years. Some are good, some are bad, but all are old.## 2023

An addendum to a Z talk (October 10, 2023)

Austria is very old (September 25, 2023)

Factorio and the Josephus problem (July 15, 2023)

And the winner is… (July 02, 2023)

Talking Union (April 04, 2023)

Math time with Roman statue profile pictures (February 09, 2023)

Round reciprocals of Fibonacci numbers (January 17, 2023)

Can ChatGPT solve Project Euler problems? (Can it feel while it does it?) (January 07, 2023)

## 2022

Abortion in the Sunshine State (April 15, 2022)

Russian Cancel Culture (March 01, 2022)

## 2021

Omicron at Rutgers (December 21, 2021)

Held Accountable (November 23, 2021)

I hate New Jersey Nazis (October 25, 2021)

Congratulations! You are being interrogated (September 23, 2021)

The second-rate mind of an expositor (August 15, 2021)

COVID Brings Out the Sun for Stormy Petrels Women’s Volleyball (June 23, 2021)

Admission to Candidacy (May 18, 2021)

Birthday Dominoes (March 06, 2021)

## 2020

The Central Limit Theorem from 10,000 feet (December 10, 2020)

Martingales and Pólya’s Urn (November 15, 2020)

An experimental approach to the drunk passenger problem (July 24, 2020)

A small binomial sum (June 24, 2020)

An ansatz approach to the zeta function (May 08, 2020)

Algebraic and analytic irrationality proofs (March 07, 2020)

Padé approximants again (February 15, 2020)

Padé approximations and EKHAD: A lab journal (February 02, 2020)

Hypercube sums and exponential families (January 18, 2020)

## 2019

Fun with A326344 (November 27, 2019)

Arranging intervals (July 21, 2019)

The futility of debate (June 17, 2019)

Numerically verifying properties of random permutations (May 28, 2019)

The Oglethorpe Bowls (May 27, 2019)

Matthew sequences (May 14, 2019)

Two perspectives on the Möbius transform (May 08, 2019)

Gosper’s algorithm discovers integral identity (March 01, 2019)

Ergonomics in computer science (February 15, 2019)

Strengthening Fatou’s Lemma in Stein and Shakarchi (February 06, 2019)

Boundary conditions in a difference table (January 21, 2019)

When is a graph “obviously” nonplanar? (January 08, 2019)