No, not HERE. It’s ventured away from Let’s Play Math for the first time, and is being hosted over at f(t), a blog by 4^{th} year math teacher Kate (HEY, she’s just down the road in Syracuse! Hi neighbor!). Like the two before it, this edition of Math Teachers at Play has a ton of good stuff in it. Like this post by Larry Ferlazzo about places to find Math in the Movies (Mathematics in Movies and Math and the Movies!).

(Speaking of Carnivals, does anyone know anything about the current status of the Carnival of Mathematics? It seems to have stalled, but hopefully will pick up again next week. But the week was not without carnivals: jd2718 started the Carnival of ∏, which was met with enthusiasm. Thanks JD!)

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March 21, 2009 at 2:25 pm |

figure the Carnival of Π is fairly infrequent. Just March 14 or so every year (since April 31 is not a reasonable alternate)

Jonathan

March 21, 2009 at 2:29 pm |

Perhaps July 22?

March 21, 2009 at 4:13 pm |

Or February 27?