But I don’t know of any really big math blogs except Good Math, Bad Math. If anyone knows any, please do tell me about them… I’m always looking for good mathematical conversations.

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Don’;t let the evolutionblog identification fool you. Dr. Rosenhouse is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va.

Thanks for the link, first of all. Second of all, there aren’t a lot of blogs about mathematics itself out there that one would consider “big”. However, there are a lot of “big” blogs that talk about mathematics education to some extent. Go over to Education Wonks and check out their blogroll. (Or go to my blogroll — most of the “Education” blogs listed are actually by math educators.)

[…] of EvolutionBlog is looking for math blogs. Many of the blogs listed appeared in my old “Where are all the math blogs?” post, but some don’t – Growth Rate n lg n, The n-Category Café, Recursivity, and […]

I’ve recently put up a math blog that is trying to address math concepts that typically give students the most difficulties. My website is http://sk19math.blogspot.com .

This is a blog with math problems based centered around a central theme. Don’t take it too seriously, but it isn’t politically correct either. So, PLEASE don’t recommend it to K-12 students. The math involved ranges from algebra, to trigonometry, calculus, probability, to discrete mathematics. Basically, nothing higher than college sophomore level. It’s meant to be challenging but entertaining as well…if you have my sense of humor. 😉

This is, to a large extent, a free space. I don't delete comments unless they're spam, viruses, impersonations, etc. Shameless blog-whoring doesn't count as spam, because that would just be hypocritical.

Here’s one I can think of off the top of my head:

http://talldarkandmysterious.ca/

I know about that one (in fact, I used to comment on it). I didn’t list it because Moebius Stripper hasn’t updated it in months.

How about Rosenhouses’ blog?

Actually my blog doesn’t have anything to do with math. I just liked the name.

I’m not familiar with the blog you’re talking about, SLC. Can you give me a link?

http://www.scienceblogs.com/evolutionblog/

Don’;t let the evolutionblog identification fool you. Dr. Rosenhouse is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va.

Thanks for the link, first of all. Second of all, there aren’t a lot of blogs about mathematics itself out there that one would consider “big”. However, there are a lot of “big” blogs that talk about mathematics education to some extent. Go over to Education Wonks and check out their blogroll. (Or go to my blogroll — most of the “Education” blogs listed are actually by math educators.)

Let’s see…. Talldarkandmysterious has , alas, more or less died. When it comes to nice (not necessarily big however) blogs, I have, however, apart from my own (shamelessblogwhoring)

http://blog.mikael.johanssons.org

also

http://sigfpe.blogspot.com/

http://david.efnet-math.org/

http://gooseania.blogspot.com/

http://talldarkandmysterious.ca/

http://learningcurves.blogspot.com/

http://3dpancakes.typepad.com/ernie/

http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~dbindel/blog/

http://math-teacher.blogspot.com/

http://www.sixthform.info/maths/

http://www.unimodular.net/blog/

http://zenoferox.blogspot.com/

http://www.plover.com/blog/

http://www.arsmathematica.net/

http://bit-player.org/

http://therealsqrt.blogspot.com/

http://www.scienceblogs.com/goodmath/

http://www.virtualcourtney.com/

http://polymathematics.typepad.com/

http://golem.ph.utexas.edu/category/

http://golem.ph.utexas.edu/category/

http://www.maths.manchester.ac.uk/~avb/micromathematics/

in my constant math-y rotation as well as

http://epsilondelta.wordpress.com/

http://www.ocf.berkeley.edu/~easwaran/blog/

http://aida.homelinux.net/wordpress/

http://sneezy.cs.nott.ac.uk/containers/blog/

http://seejanecompute.blogspot.com/

http://suburbdad.blogspot.com/

http://thewayfaringstranger.blogspot.com/

http://www.scottaaronson.com/blog/

in the rotation of “academic, but not necessarily very math-y”

A few of these update close to daily (learningcurves most notable), some update at least weekly, and a few of them seem half-dead.

[…] of EvolutionBlog is looking for math blogs. Many of the blogs listed appeared in my old “Where are all the math blogs?” post, but some don’t – Growth Rate n lg n, The n-Category Café, Recursivity, and […]

I’ve recently put up a math blog that is trying to address math concepts that typically give students the most difficulties. My website is http://sk19math.blogspot.com .

Here’s a directory listing of some math blogs: http://blogs.botw.org/Science/Math/

Fields medallist Terry Tao keeps a blog at http://terrytao.wordpress.com/ . It’s very good indeed.

Hi.

This is a blog with math problems based centered around a central theme. Don’t take it too seriously, but it isn’t politically correct either. So, PLEASE don’t recommend it to K-12 students. The math involved ranges from algebra, to trigonometry, calculus, probability, to discrete mathematics. Basically, nothing higher than college sophomore level. It’s meant to be challenging but entertaining as well…if you have my sense of humor. 😉

I hope you enjoy.

Maybe you should include mine:

http://math4allages.wordpress.com

cheers!