June 2011 Week 3 Posts Summary

Here are the summary of posts of my three blogs this week.

A. Math and Multimedia

  1. The GeoGebra 4.0 Sneak Peek Series
  2. 5000 free math, physics, and engineering video tutorials and lectures
  3. List of Math and Multimedia Carnivals
  4. The Seven Bridges of Königsberg
  5. GeoGebra 4.0 Sneak Peek 4: Graphing Inequalities
  6. Exploring the World with WorldWide Telescope
  7. Guest Post: Vedic Mathematics 2 – Squaring Numbers Ending in 5

B. GeoGebra Applet Central

  1. Visualizing Multiplication of Fractions
  2. Trisection of an Angle
  3. The Pantograph

C. School of Freebies

  1. How to Automatically Import Feedburner Feeds to Twitter
  2. Turning Twitter into an online newspaper

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May 2011 Week 1 Summary

To lessen my burden of archiving later, I have decided to summarize the posts of my three blogs every weekend. So from now on, you will be receiving weekly summary of posts every Sunday.

Math and Multimedia

School of Freebies (shares freebies such as software, ebooks, resources on the net)
  • Screencasting with Screenr
  • How to automatically post your blog to your Facebook Page
  • More secured with Twitter’s HTTPs option
  • Convert your Files to PDF for Free
GeoGebra Applet Central (where I post my free and downloadable GeoGebra applets)
Mathematics, Learning and Web 2.0 of Colleen Young is a the newest blog partner of Math and Multimedia. Colleen will be hosting the July 2011 edition of the Math and Multimedia Carnival. The June edition will be hosted by the Mathematics for Teaching Blog by Erlina Ronda.

What’s new and other updates

Here are some of the updates that I have made for the first quarter. I have found ways for you to follow the three blogs.

I. Mathematics and Multimedia

  1. I have split the Post List tab into three; I have created two more tabs- the Mathematics tab with all the math posts and the Multimedia tab for all the multimedia posts.
  2. The All for Free tab has been transferred here.
  3. I will be hosting the 10th edition of the Mathematics and Multimedia Carnival. To submit your articles click here. I am looking for new hosts. Those who have hosted before are welcome to host again.

Ways to follow/share Math and Multimedia

  • Follow Math and Multimedia on Twitter
  • Like the Math and Multimedia Facebook Page
  • Subscribe to the Math and Multimedia’s RSS Feed
  • Subscribe to Math and Multimedia by Email (see side bar at the right)

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