First off, thanks to everyone who has supported us through the Kickstarter Campaign! We have reached 15% of our goal in 6 short days! It’s Monday (well, now it’s Tuesday, but it was Monday when I wrote this ) and I’m back. I’m back reporting that this week’s topic will be Philosophy of Mathematics. As a math teacher, I see math every day. I hear math every day. I teach math every day. And I’m proud to say that the “Philosophy of Mathematics” means… absolutely nothing to me. Philosophy Of Mathematics According to Wikipedia, Philosophy of Mathematics is: the branch of … Read more »
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If you’ve been following along on Facebook today, you probably saw the mysterious image we posted this morning. After many awesome guesses as to what it is (our personal favorites were ‘a cavity’ and ‘Knights of the Round Table’), we finally have a winner! Here’s the posted image, followed by a series of slightly-clearer images (if you don’t yet know what it is, see if you can guess without scrolling all the way down): And now, the actual, unfiltered image… …a chess set! Congrats to Kara for guessing correctly. She even gets extra points for her incorrect guesses, because … Read more »
Hey everyone- No video for today, unfortunately. I’m trying to get rid of a cold and still feeling pretty drowsy from last night’s Nyquil dosing. Should have it up within a couple of days. Have a good weekend!
So last night was the debut broadcast of a new YouTube / Google+ show called The Hangout Live. The participants were Andy Whitfield, Ross Gale, and myself. Check out the video below, and catch the live broadcast next Wednesday night at 10pm (EST)…
Hey everyone! We’ve just launched the official PFC Facebook Page, and could really use your help in spreading the word! Check it out… Here’s how you can help: 1. ‘Like’ the page by clicking on the button above. You don’t even have to leave the page. 2. Whenever you read a post or watch a video that you like, click ‘Share’ so that you’re friends can see it too. 3. Tell someone else about the PFC message, and about what we’re trying to do. While it’s great that we can like and share things with nothing but the click of a mouse, … Read more »
This is a guest post by Thomas Cannon. As a PFC guest-post contributor, Thomas was asked to write about his answer to a simple question: What makes you curious? The following is his response… Curiosity. I can remember, in my eight-grade science class, Mr. Courie asking, “Why do we keep trying to discover things?” Now, I was normally a shy kid. I was the one that never really volunteered to raise their hand and answer something; but for some reason, from the second row sitting on the edge of the classroom, I decided to pipe up. “Because we are curious.” … Read more »
Hey everyone, Check out my entry for Jeff Goins’ You Are A Writer contest… If you’re not familiar with Jeff, he’s a blogger at GoinsWriter.com. I’ve been following him for about half a year now and he’s a real stand-up guy. The contest is for his new e-book by the same name. Check it out.