**Mathematics and Multimedia** turns 3 today, World Teachers’ Day. As of this writing the blog has grown into 786 posts with more than 2500 Facebook, Twitter, RSS, and Email Subscribers. It has also reached 1.16 million hits and averages 38,000 unique visitors and 65,000 page views a month.

Below are the most popular posts in terms of number of shares on its second year, that is, from October 5, 2011 to October 4, 2012.

- 10 Reasons Why Mathematics Teachers Should Blog
- 7 Extraordinary Mathematicians You Should Know About
- 10 Ways to Think Like a Mathematician
- 15 Reasons Why GeoGebra is Successful
- The Mathematician’s Clock
- Handwrite and Solve Math Equations with Web Equation
- 25 Signs You are a Future Mathematician
- 11 Mathematical Proof Techniques Liberal Arts Majors Should Know
- 8 Free Online Math Graphing Tools
- Gooru: A New Online Learning Site Worth Trying

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