- To Apply Both My A To Z Essay Serieses All At Once, pointing out something neat and hyperdimensional.
- A Leap Day 2016 Mathematics A To Z: Yukawa Potential, with special biographical content!
- Reading the Comics, April 24, 2016: Mental Mathematics and Calendars Edition because I can't just let a well-formed arithmetic problem go, can I?
- A Leap Day 2016 Mathematics A To Z: Z-score, using some important statistics stuff for this famous letter.
- What’s Needed To Pass This Class (Spring 2016 Edition) because people were asking my blog.
- A Leap Day 2016 Mathematics A To Z: The Roundup, so you can find all these posts when you need them later.
- Reading the Comics, April 27, 2016: Closing The Month (April) Out Edition, last of a second month in a row of daily posting.
- The Poincaré Homology Sphere, and Thinking What I’ll Do Next, some more wondrous pictures and then my thinking aloud about a next series.
And back to Motor City Furry Con 2016's Friday, for some pictures.
Fox Amoore (left) and Pepper Coyote on stage during the non-drinking concert. Guy sitting next to us spent the entire concert staring at his phone. I realized partway through the concert there was no getting a picture of Fox Amoore not obstructed by the music stand.
What is a furry convention mostly about? People in costume hugging in front of the elevators. Everything else is a distraction from the main event of people in costume hugging in front of the elevators.
``The convention has a steampunk theme?'' the hotel restaurant's manager said. ``Well, do a Google Image search for the first thing that matches 'steampunk' and put it on a placard!''
Both these peacocks find something suspicious about the other but they can't say just what seems somehow off.
Drowsy peacocks in the hotel common space.
Trivia: Newton signed his oath to keep secret the mint technology on 2 May 1696, and so became Warden of the Mint. Source: The Calculus Wars: Newton, Leibniz, and the Greatest Mathematical Clash of All Time, Jason Socrates Bardi.
Currently Reading: Ain't That A Knee-Slapper: Rural Comedy in the 20th Century, Tom Hollis.