4/22/07 Gil's LotD A very neat little AJAX app you can use to plot many types of functions quickly. Uncyclopedia on the worst pick-up lines ever.


4/19/07 Gil's LotD

4/19/07 Gil's LotD Fox News can't do math. How to prove the famous seven bridges problem. I love how Wikipedia has a spoiler warning for mathematical proofs. This generator combines a random Family Circus image with a random Nietzsche quote.

4/4/07 Gil's LotD

4/4/07 Gil's LotD An explanation of everything up to the 10th dimension. Photos of a barber who cuts hair with fire.

3/31/07 Gil's LotD Do x or y lets users ask the site a question, and other users can vote on which choice to make. A page on the mapping of a large Lie group with links to information about what it is. Rumspringa is when the Amish let the teens go and explore life outside of the commune.

2/19/07 Gil's LotD Menger sponges for the uninformed. A Menger sponge made of business cards. Stories from veterans of DEW Line outposts, Cold War radar stations in the far north of Canada.


1/27/07 Gil's LotD The mean value theorem proves that on a curve the average slope of the entire curve is a point on the derivative of that curve. Something like that.


1/25/07 Gil's LotD A presentation of 3D face modeling software by a researcher. A news article about recent advances in fair divison, which is quite the cutting edge of math. Fair divison is the branch of mathematics dealing with ways to cut cake so everyone is happy.


12/29/06 Gil's LotD The parallel postulate says that if two angles are parallel to each other (or if they interset a 3rd line at the same angle) they will never interset and is part of the proof behind a lot of geometery. A 1000+ man game of Capture the Flag in Toronto.

10/18/06 Gil's LotD The secret mathematicians don't want you to know: the formula for calculating any digit of pi.


9/7/06 Gil's LotD: Jet engines, Heavy things, Poincaré This guy put a jet engine in the back of his Beetle. It works. A story about an undergrad in a lab who decides to take a 230 L DeWar flask full of liquid nitrogen down a stairway in a handcar.

9/12/05 Gil's LotD

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After much ado about nothing, Gil's link of the day is back. Making up for the absence is 12 links. Candles that smell like burning rubber. For the NASCAR fan in all of us Pictures of the Sun in different spectra

8/13/05 Gil's LotD

Gil's LotD A game that has you move interconnected points so that none of their vertices cross

6/27/05 Gil's LotD

Gil's LotD Sudoku- this is going to be big
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6/7/05 Gil's LotD

Gil's LotD IBM merges art and math in this website. Very cool, but I don't fully understand it



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