Browsing previous knots in the braid

Below is a list of all the links collected by KaBoL since it first started in 1996, in reverse chronological order. If you are looking for something specific, you might want to try our search engine.

Knot 261
Number Watch
"Working to combat Math Hysteria: All about the scares, scams, junk, panics, and flummery cooked up by the media, politicians, bureaucrats, so-called scientists and others who try to confuse you with wrong numbers."
Knot 260
Recreational puzzles
A definitive list of puzzles, including solutions, categorised by subject area. In development since 1994 and still growing!
Knot 259
Common Errors in Undergraduate Mathematics
Very useful for any mathematics teacher, and a good reminder of some of those mathematical intricacies frequently taken for granted.
Knot 258
Mathematical Lego Sculptures
See some of your favourite shapes built in Lego: Andrew Lipson has the Mobius strip, the Klein bottle, a Costa surface and more.
Knot 257
ElectronicGeometry Models
A refereed archive of interesting geometric examples and visualizations. The models cover a broad range of mathematical topics from geometry, topology, and to some extent from numerics. Click on Models to see the full collection.
Knot 256
Physics Simulations
This website contains 20 different physics simulations, including springs and masses (various configurations), pendulums (single, double, chaotic), and roller coasters. You can move objects or change parameters like gravity, friction, etc.
Knot 255
Gallery of Data Visualization
This Gallery of Data Visualization displays some examples of the Best and Worst of Statistical Graphics.
Knot 254
The probability/statistics object library
The Probability and Statistics Object Library is an NSF-supported virtual library of web-based "objects" for teachers and students of probability and statistics. Click on the Applets link on the left to view a list of applets that have been built with these objects.
Knot 253
Pulchritudinous primes
Various visualisations of the distribution of prime numbers.
Knot 252
Teaching Math in America
The National Museum of American History has an on-line version of its newest exhibition, Teaching Math in America: Slates, Slide Rules, and Software.

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