Tonight, André and I are going to meet some friends to play Roborally, which is our favourite board game. We haven’t played it in a while because it’s fun to play only if you’ve got at least four players.
And now I have to do some grocery shopping so we don’t have to starve over the weekend…
A few little stories
… I found on Kristin Thomas‘s site:
I was a Talking Xmas Tree
D is for Dye
Mathematics Museum Japan – an interesting site, but it has links to even more interesting sites!
Take a look at Totally Tesselated. They have all their info neatly organized – see the site map! (The site might be helpful for my thesis, I think.)
Here’s another site about Symmetry and Tessellations, one about Number Patterns – Fun with Curves and Topology, and one about Polyhedra Pastimes. They belong to Jill Britton’s Home, which is full of links to other wonderful math-relates sites. (That’s where I found the pic, by the way.)
Danke für den Link, Jörg!
Fragt sich nur, ob ich vor lauter Mathe-Surfen heute nochmal dazu komme, was für meine Arbeit zu tun…
Visit archeological sites in Greece – Metis has lots and lots of QuickTime VRs of interesting places: Athens, Mycenae, Delphi, Corinth…
And they even have one of Phaistos on Crete! I’ve been there with a friend in 1994. Imke, kommt Dir das bekannt vor?
Link via Garret.
Herzlichen nullkommafünften Webloggeburtstag, Bastian!
Hey, und cooles Rollover-Bild von Dir!