First, I’m happy to announce that **Math and Multimedia** turns 2 today, the World Teachers Day. This endeavor started two years ago as a blog (for my eyes only), which was supposed to be mathematical problems and solutions.

Today, it has grown quite a lot with 487 posts and 1132 email, RSS, Twitter, Facebook, and Google+ subscribers/followers. It has also reached more than 510 000 hits (WordPress Stat), averaging 21 000 unique visitors (Google Analytics) and 50 000 hits a month (WordPress Stat).

Second, I would like to share with you some of my favorite written articles that you might have missed. If you want to read more, you go to the Post List page.

- Counting the Uncountable: A Glimpse at Infinite Sets
- Counting the Real Numbers
- The Mathematics of Tiling
- Regular Tessellations: Why only three of them?
- An extensive explanation of the definition of limits
- Some thoughts on Wolfram Alpha in teaching math
- Using Mathematics to Win the Lottery
- A Gentle Introduction to Probability
- Mathematics in Microsoft Office
- Using Google Sketchup in Teaching Mathematics
- More than 20 000 contest problems and solutions

Lastly, I would like to greet all teachers in the world a Happy Teachers Day!

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Congratulations Guillermo!

I’m so glad you didn’t keep this blog just for yourself. You’re impacting many teachers and students with your excellent work!

Thanks for the mention in this post. I’m happy to share your blog with others!

You’re welcome Kristi and thank you for being a part of Math and Multimedia.