- the Comics, June 29, 2016: Math Is Just This Hard Stuff, Right? Edition from last Saturday. And, no ...
- Reading the Comics, July 2, 2016: Ripley’s Edition because the hard stuff is keeping up with a rush of mathematically-themed comics in the middle of summer vacation for crying out loud.
- Theorem Thursday: The Jordan Curve Theorem, a piece that encourages you the reader to scribble stuff and learn something surprising.
- Why Stuff Can Orbit: Why It's Waiting that I resist calling a waiting orbit.
- Reading the Comics, July 6, 2016: Another Busy Week Edition that doesn't even get me caught up on the comics. Yow.
After the AnthrOhio rehearsal what was there to do but see the show? Here's some of that.
Someone fursuiting as a minifox, which you can do if you have the right cell phone props.
From Anthrohio Live: performers not perfectly sure what they're doing. I don't believe she's being handed script pages there.
Puppets! Can you identify which one is bunny_hugger and which one is the other person who was promoted to puppeteer on the basis of having a hand?
From the rousing final song, a song about shapeshifters that I'm going to go ahead and suppose was Jonathan Coulton because it seems like it would be. Chitter's the squirrel on the left.
bunny_hugger caught in the cast thanks, after the show, and in what might be her best candid since our wedding.
Trivia: The 19,000 acres of land near Ogdensbug, New Jersey, which Thomas Edison owned or leased, had --- he estimated --- over two hundred million tons of low-grade iron ore, enough for the United States's needs for seventy years, if his electric extraction technology could be made to work. (It couldn't.) Source: Edison: A Biography, Matthew Josephson.
Currently Reading: Wings of Madness: Alberto Santos-Dumont and the Invention of Flight, Paul Hoffman.