I’ve been on Twitter for a few months, posting unimportant details about my life. But I’ve decided to repurpose that service and make it another outlet for my Division by Zero blog.

In case you are not aware, Twitter is a micro-blogging service that allows you to publish posts (“tweets”) of up to 140 characters at a time. While Twitter started as a means of following friends, it is now used in manyotherways. Here’s a nice (if outdated) overview:

I’ve decided to use Twitter as a way to post very short items that I don’t think merit a full blog post. I expect I will be posting a lot of links, for instance.

It is easy to find solulutions to a^3+b^3=c^4 (70,105,35), (273,364,91), (266,665,133), etc. bit.ly/1FHrlwW1 day ago

Q from student:Who first stated Euler's identity, e^(iπ)=-1? It follows from Euler's formula e^(ix)=cosx+isinx, but Euler didn't plug in x=π 3 days ago