I was interested seeing how undergraduate math students used blogs (and related platforms, like Tumblr). So I posted a call on Google+ and Twitter:

I received quite a few links. I’m looking forward to reading them. It seemed like there was a lot of interest, so I’m posting the unedited list here.

- Visualizing Math
- Jimi Cullen
- James Campbell
- Complex Projective 4-Space
- Fix epsilon>0
- Not Only Truth But Supreme Beauty
- 1ucasvb’s lab
- Curiosa Mathematica
- Math is Fun
- Math Professor Quotes
- Math Major Problems
- Herp, Derp, Math Nerd
- Eat, Sleep, Math
- None Sequiturs
- Maxwell’s Equations
- Euler, Erdős
- Yellow Pigs
- Prof. John Golden has had his students blog. Here are links to past semesters

If you know of any others, post them in the comments.

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bebeon February 19, 2014at 4:15 am

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bebeon February 19, 2014at 9:46 am

I am just finishing up my undergraduate degree in mathematics.

http://themathbehindthemagic.wordpress.com/

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jehupeterson March 1, 2014at 1:55 pm

I’m a PhD student with a starting blog about machine learning, maths and computer vision: http://www.visiondummy.com/

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Vincenton April 18, 2014at 5:09 am

My friend John Quintanilla who teaches teachers at UNT

http://meangreenmath.com

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Jeff Cagleon April 25, 2014at 5:26 pm

I’m all about pi, but I have no formal math degree.

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Joeon April 29, 2014at 10:50 am

I’d like to get invited to the picnic. I blog about the science of the math brain at http://www.mathnook.com/blog, and yes, my picture is upside down (you’ll remember it that way).

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Ronald FIschmanon August 27, 2014at 5:24 pm