Back to Suttons Bay, Michigan shortly. First, my mathematics blog and its contents the past week. I didn't quite have a post-a-day blog, which is all right. Mathematics is hard to write about daily:
- The End 2016 Mathematics A To Z: Osculating Circle which was a request and which challenged me, so, good.
- How November 2016 Treated My Mathematics Blog (less than I thought it would)
- The End 2016 Mathematics A To Z: Principal which is is what you might think.
- The End 2016 Mathematics A To Z: Quotient Groups which you know, you just don't know you know.
- What Do I Need To Pass This Class? (December 2016 Edition) just your guide to my guide.
- Reading the Comics, December 5, 2016: Cameo Appearances Edition as we get a quick look at mathematics! Wave to it, everyone.
And now back to summer! Enjoy.
``Seriously, Dan, do you have to embarrass us like that?'' Seagulls at the Suttons Bay beach.
Beach ball trapped in a little dug-out silhouette of a durian. On the beach at Suttons Bay, away from the seagulls momentarily.
At the Ice Cream Factory, where we stopped for soda and not ice cream, bunny_hugger readies to take a photo of you. Smile!
No, they were closed.
Social commentary on the tragedy of personal belongings in a world of mass production and, increasingly, mass unemployment. Or some kid left a single shoe on the picnic table and then ran off, lopsidedly.
Trivia: The Articles of Capitulation by which, in 1664, the New Netherlands were surrendered to English rule, specified that the Dutch colonists ``shall continue to enjoy all their possessions (Forts only excepted)''. Source: The Island at the Centre of the World, Russell Shorto.
Currently Reading: Groovy Science, Editor David Kaiser, W Patrick McCray.