Here are some of my **most popular** posts, in no particular order:

- Ultimate Tic Tac Toe
- Headlines from a Mathematically Literate World (reposted at
*Huffington Post*) - Why Not to Trust Statistics
- Math Experts Split the Check (reprinted in
*Math Horizons*) - What Does Probability Mean in Your Profession?
- What It Feels Like to Be Bad at Math (reposted at
*Slate*) - The Math Ceiling: Where’s Your Cognitive Breaking Point?
- Why Do We Pay Pure Mathematicians?
- What Students See When They Look at Algebra

And here are some that I’m particularly fond of:

- The Church of the Right Answer
- The Math Major Who Never Reads Math
- A Fight with Euclid (reprinted in
*At Right Angles*) - Once, There Weren’t Numbers
- The Mathematician’s Haiku Book
- 39 Ways to Love Math
- Black Boxes (or: Just Say No to Voodoo Formulas)
- The Sixth Sense for Multiplication
- The Kaufman Decimals
- The Math Aficionado’s Guide to High Fives

You might also check out Bear in the Moonlight, a seven-post series of probability fables.

Also, I was lucky enough to cover the Heidelberg Laureate Forum in Germany in September 2016, and got to hear from some wonderful mathematicians, old and young.

I’d like to have a page like this too. How did you create it? Thanks.

I’d guess that he made a normal blog post with links and pictures, then put it on the top menu.

thanks jiffyrohan

Hey, sorry for the delay! I’ve been terrible about comments.

This is a “Page.” There’s a pages menu on your WordPress dashboard. Or you can go to the quick menu in the upper left, choose “New,” and then “Page.”

no problem, thank you.

The Slate link for “You’re Not Stupid, You’re Slow” has changed (grrr, don’t you hate it when they do that) to http://www.theatlantic.com/education/archive/2014/06/how-i-became-an-unfair-teacher/371908/

I know because I came looking for exactly that sentiment to cheer me up after I stopped trying to keep up with a killer Calc MOOC and decided to go back to the beginning. Thank you as always!

sincerely,

slowpoke

Hmm… I just checked it and the links seem to be directing to the right places. Try it again and let me know if it’s still causing problems?

And good luck with the MOOC! I’m always amazed how much a second time through things can help.

Hi Ben! Love your blog! Do you have any stats specific blogs that you recommend?

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