Mathematics and Multimedia is celebrating its first birthday today. It’s been a year that we have been learning mathematics and multimedia together, and I hope that this blog has helped you in your mathematical endeavors, whether you are a student, a teacher, or a math enthusiast.
After one year, here are the accomplishments of Mathematics and Multimedia:
- has published 176 articles (some of it, of course, are announcements)
- has been visited more than 110,000 times (non-unique)
- has published 3 blog carnivals
- has been read in 167 countries
- has attracted more than 200 subscribers
I would like to thank the following people for promoting this blog:
- Denise of Let’s Play Math and David Pilarski for supporting Math and Multimedia during its infancy.
- William Emeny of Great Maths Teaching Ideas.
- Sol Lederman of Wild About Math! for hosting and promoting the carnival. Wild About Math! will host the October carnival.
- Robert Byrne of Free Tech For Teachers. I have written about your blog, but have not yet posted it. I will post it next week, promise.
- Katerina Thessaloniki of Math and Literature.
- Maria Droujkova of Natural Math and Math Future for letting me include my GeoGebra page in here WikiSpace.
- To fellow GeoGebra enthusiast Dr. Linda-Fahlberg Stojanovska who is maintaining GeoGebra wikis Wikispaces and PbWorks.
- To Markus Hohenwarter (creator of GeoGebra) and Michael Borcherds (lead developer of GeoGebra) for promoting this site.
And of course the readers and subscribers. Thank you guys.
- If you have suggestions, comments, or even criticisms, please feel free to write in the comment box.
- If you are a subscriber and has not voted yet, please take 2 seconds to vote in the survey at the right hand side of your screen. I will be needing the data for future plans.