Life's constraints may be simple, but life's objectives are irreducibly complex.
Author: Ben Orlin
On parents, children, and a newborn book of mathematical games.
My third book comes out today.
Confessions of a Luddite mathematician.
Why do some wizards know no spells?
I can’t multiply 2573 by 389.
Neither can you, I bet.
Transitivity and its failures.
In a complex world, A > B and B > C may not mean A > C.
Two ways to play chess. Also, two ways to live.
Surfing the state space vs. probing the game tree.
A theory of trios.
Inspired by the card game SET.
A Love Story of Machine Learning
What makes a great puzzle? Five books, five answers.
Languages. Shapes. Logic. Computation. And a rival to sudoku.
A book of deep, easy-to-play mathematical games (and why they matter).
Now available for preorder.