We may all be going on holiday break, but if you are like me, learning does not stop. This new list of TED math talks are both educational and fun to watch. You needn’t be a mathematician to enjoy them, really 🙂
Supplemented here are a handful of books from our library collection or other content that is written by the video presenters.
African fractals : modern computing and indigenous design
Baker Berry GN650 .E35 1999
Appropriating technology : vernacular science and social power
Feldberg T14.5 .A68 2004
More about Dennis Wildfogel and his video How big is infinity?
The pearly gates of cyberspace : a history of space from Dante to the Internet
Baker Berry Cook QA76.9.C66 W48 1999
Physics on the fringe : smoke rings, circlons, and alternative theories of everything
Kresge QC20 .W46 2011
Pythagoras’ trousers : God, physics, and the gender wars
Kresge QC19.6 .W47 1995
Mandelbrot – Way too many library books to list