Uncertain Dots, Episode A

In which we hit double digits, in base ten, anyway. This was mostly about teaching stuff, because I’m between terms, in that weird reflect-on-the-last term/ prep-for-the-next-term space. With a digression about training wheels, which are good as an analogy, but less good for actually learning to ride a bike…

Comments

  1. #1 Uncle Al
    March 27, 2014

    Diversity in education demands an arithmetic base fair to everybody regardless of cultural orientation, sexual proclivities, substance enhancement, manual dexterity, and especially empirical ability: Base 1. Advocacy says, “nothing is better.”

  2. #2 Eli Rabett
    http://rabett.blogspot.com
    March 29, 2014

    You’re a real toe sucker Al

  3. #3 Beth
    March 30, 2014

    Cheap training wheels are the best because they get bent up (like Chad is planning to do manually) and the kid learns to ride.

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