Math Sites

  1. MathOverflow
  2. Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences
  3. SpringerLink

Active Math blogs

  1. A Mind for Madness
  2. Abstract Algebra: Seems to be the only other blog I could find on the internet devoted to abstract algebra
  3. Joel David Hamkins
  4. Persiflage
  5. Peter Cameron's Blog
  6. Tanya Khovanova's Math Blog
  7. The n-Category Cafe

Pages that link here

Thanks to all these sites that have linked to this blog:

  1. Math Tango linked to one of my posts
  2. A Korean Wikipedia page links to one of my posts in the references section near the bottom
  3. Carlo Mazza wrote a blog post linking to one of my posts as a reference
  4. Ceros y Puntos:A math blog in Spanish
  5. Climbing Mount Bourbaki (note: this blog is no longer active)
  6. Daniel Hast, an instructor and Rice University
  7. Joel David Hamkins a Professor of Logic at Oxford University
  8. John Lien, a student at Louisiana State University
  9. Not a stable link but they do link to new posts whenever I write them!
  10. MathOverflow question with a comment that links to a post I wrote on Serre and Hurewicz fibrations. There are also a few other MathOverflow posts out there
  11. Online Math Degrees
  12. ncatlab: They link to my post on projective modules over local rings under their heading 'Kaplansky's Theorem'
  13. Reddit post of a user listing the math blogs they like to follow
  14. Saginaw Valley State University
  15. Stackexchange: The comments of this question link to a couple of my posts
  16. Wikipedia post on cotriple homology links to a blog post I wrote on cotriples. Note: I didn't put the link there.

Do you link to my blog? If so, send me a message with your address and I will post your link here.


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