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I'm not doing a proper blog post today because it's the summer and I'm a lazy sod. Instead, I'm going to point you towards Edinburgh, where I'll be on Thursday to give a talk about probability to the Edinburgh Skeptics. It will mention Stigler's Law of Eponymy quite a lot.

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I'm very happy to be able to reprise my talk about the Curious Maths of Alice in Wonderland at Imagine Books on Saturday, December 15th at 1pm. Here's the abstract: "Whatever good meanings are in the book, I'm glad to accept as the meaning of the book." - Lewis Carroll

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“[In this context] Co- just means ‘opposite’ — so a co-mathematician is a machine for turning theorems into ffee.” — Miles () Matt Parker () laid down a challenge on Day 1 of the MathsJam conference: he said that proof by MathsJam was acceptable, because if it wasn’t true, you

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Ooh, a rare out-of-sequence snippet! I'm thrilled to announce I'll be talking at the Wimborne Literary Festival on "Uglification and Derision: the curious maths of Alice in Wonderland". More details will follow. Meanwhile, one of the nice things about having a 'B' name is that I look like I'm topping

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