- Reading the Comics, June 18, 2016: The Quiet Week Edition which ran last week and then just look below at what happened.
- Minimal Yet Interesting Surfaces which is my most popular kind of mathematics post, just linking to someone else's pictures.
- Theorem Thursday: A First Fixed Point Theorem that was supposed to be a quick little thing and ended up way longer than all that.
- Reading the Comics, June 25, 2016: Busy Week Edition which is an extra post I put in because the comics page was so busy.
- Reading the Comics, June 26, 2015: June 23, 2016 Plus Golden Lizards Edition for one very busy day.
That's what you saw on your Friends page if you added my mathematics blog there, or saw on your RSS reader. Or you see them now. In any case, now you can go from there to more AnthrOhio Fursuit Parade pictures:
Fursuit Parade gathering on the patio outside, where nobody's likely to get drizzled on. Also possibly the best shot I could hope to get of bunny_hugger in the midst of the crowd.
Just a mass of people gathered around the Fursuit Parade group photo. Yeah, raccoon in the background.
And a slightly less crowded picture of the crowd for the group photo. Is anyone normal-colored anymore?
The famous crane fursuiter! You can see how this could be something that's body-supporting and yet also allow the suiter to completely disappear within it.
bunny_hugger is totally not rubbing her paws while scheming against the people who haven't left the group photo yet.
Trivia: The first definite appearance in the historical record of a maritime chart dates to the 2nd of July, 1270, when King Louis IX of France's expedition for the Eighth Crusade got lost at sea in heavy weather, and the crew provided a map showing they were not far from Cagliari, a town on the coast of Sardinia. Source: The Fourth Part Of The World: The Race to the Ends of the Earth, and the Epic Story of the Map That Gave America Its Name, Toby Lester.
Currently Reading: He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe: Minicomic Collection, Editor ... um, I can't tell. There's like thirteen people on the credits page and it isn't obvious any of them are in charge. Publisher Mike Richardson, does that help any?