- A Mathematician’s Lament about how mathematics is taught (pdf). A little abstract. What about student diversity?
- Ten strange self-experiments. One is different from the rest. “As a teenager, Frederick Hoelzel adopted a strange method of weight-loss. He curbed his appetite by eating non-caloric food substitutes such as corn cobs . . . . His favorite meal was surgical cotton cut up into small pieces, which became part of his daily diet.”
- More about the Terrence Deacon case
- Denmark rescinds fat tax
- Interview with Marty Makary about his book Unaccountable. Medical mistakes, he says, are the #3 cause of death in the United States.
Thanks to Casey Manion.