Wrong, But Useful: Episode 55

This month, it's Gathering4Gardner special, largely recorded in Atlanta with Adam Atkinson and @dragon_dodo. We discuss:

  • Our favourite talks of the event, including:
  • Artistic adventures in Decatur
    • Drawing on the tables
    • Hyperbolic creations
    • Hexaflexagons
    • Escher exhibition
    • A Zometool sculpture
  • The G4G Youth initiative
  • Ernő Rubik's panel with Jeff Varasano
  • Elan Lee and Jordan Gold's amazing talk on how to delight a conference queue
  • Dice and gift bags
  • General things about the conference
  • Would we come back?
  • The Banach-Tiago paradox



Colin is a Weymouth maths tutor, author of several Maths For Dummies books and A-level maths guides. He started Flying Colours Maths in 2008. He lives with an espresso pot and nothing to prove.


2 comments on “Wrong, But Useful: Episode 55

  • Adam Atkinson

    I later learned that I had misunderstood the bit about Game of Thrones. It was just someone dressed as a character, not an actual actor from the show.

    • Colin

      Somehow, that makes it even more awesome :o)

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