- Reading the Comics, July 6, 2016: Another Busy Week Edition in which I cover only half the previous week's comic strips in one essay.
- Reading the Comics, July 8, 2016: Filling Out The Week Edition with just a couple strips that seemed somehow like too many to use the previous essay.
- Theorem Thursday: The Five-Color Map Theorem which, unlike the four-color map theorem, you can prove in one essay. Watch it be done!
- Bourbaki and How To Write Numbers, A Trifle as promised.
And how did AnthrOhio's Saturday wrap up? Dancing, hanging around, karaoke, that sort of thing. Proof? I can give you proof.
The message board: what we did before Twitter. Also, since it's a way of people announcing they're here and showing pictures to draw attention to themselves, it's still what we do with Twitter.
Quiet moment at the Saturday night dance. I didn't get any good pictures of mobs of fursuiters dancing.
The crowd gathered in the anteroom outside the dance. The room arrangements allowed this and that was good in giving a convenient spot to retreat if you needed a little rest.
Karaoke, successful! With some of the less-inspired lyrics on the screen. (``Uh Yeah Uh'')
bunny_hugger performing her traditional karaoke night piece, Gerry Rafferty's Baker Street.
Trivia: Technically, the last major league game forfeited because a team failed to show up was on 17 July 1902 when the Baltimore (Orioles) failed to field a team against the Saint Louis (Browns). Source: The Rules of Baseball: An Anecdotal Look at the Rules of Baseball and How They Came To Be, David Nemec. (The team had only five players available, the result of a contract battle you would probably be amazed to learn about. Also, don't take baseball team names from that era too seriously.)
Currently Reading: The Camera Does The Rest: How Polaroid Changed Photography, Peter Buse.