This fall PBS started a new math cartoon, Peg + Cat. It is preschool math, but it is so well illustrated and written that I never mind watching it with my kids. It is nice to see a high quality math show mixed in among all the early literacy shows.

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Sep 13

## A Few Puns

Some call it the lowest form of humor, but puns will never go away. My friend Lee sent over this list of metric measurement puns that is sure to tickle your favorite comedic guilty pleasure.

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Sep 12

## Math + Cartoons

I love this cartoon, Function World by Grant Snider. I found it on Drawn and have beeb subscribed to Snider’s Incidental Comics blog ever since. Not every comic is mathematical in nature, but most of them look at the world in bemused abstraction. (like a mathematician) This is one of my favorite comics online, second only to the immortal XKCD.

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Jul 12

## Loving Bad Math

I found a great Flickr photo group via Free Tech for Teachers. It is called Bad Maths, and is a place to post pics of the crazy math sometimes sees when shopping. Danny Nicholson, the groups admin, uses it in class as a warmup. There are some really good ones. Definitely worth a few chuckles.

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Jul 12

## Math + Dance

Just in case you want to bust out any math dance moves at this year’s fourth of July party, here is a handy cheat sheet via Memebase.

Thanks, Lee, for sending it over.

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Mar 12

## Honk iff you love logic!

Instant reblog. God, I love xkcd! I’ve never been a bumper sticker guy, but this might just turn me.

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Nov 11

## Turkey Butt + Math

I stumbled on this at Komplexify and it cracked me up. No geek’s Thanksgiving is complete without a turkey keister graph.

Other weird graphs that this reminded me of…the batman graph I found recently. Too bad we don’t have the equation of the turkey butt graph

Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

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Nov 11

## Math + Pizza

Mike Zych sent over this cute pizza pi cartoon from boing boing. I ate a lot of pi*z*z*a during the Alfred power outage. I’ve had enough for about six months.

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Aug 11

## Math + Batman

This is a question I’ve always had, but didn’t know it until I picked this up over at Gizmodo. Ryan North has found an equation that successfully graphs as the Batman logo. I have no idea how he did it. I might have had a shot at doing it piecewise, but he’s got a single equation over a continuous domain. Pretty cool! If I was still giving out the geek of the week honor, this would definitely win.