Memorial and the story of the sand bucket

Berkeley, June 5, 2020 6:47 PM Under the civil unrest of the current times, which makes some sense, particularly I am grateful for the peaceful protests and the clear message. Whatever was the reason the cops came and decided to put George Floyd down, is wrong. The reason was an issue about a packet of […]

Todd Boekelheide [Though it has little to do with him, but the good film at the end of the post. I would rather have called this post “Salad of Thoughts”]

Berkeley, Thursday, June 4, 2020, 10:48 PM I do not know about the origin of last names, but some got very difficult ones. Of course is not their foul, and changing the last name, just by changing would be a shame. Anyways, this post is not about last names, but I hope I typed correctly, […]

Pascal’s triangle

Berkeley, Sunday, May 31, 2020 9:13 PM The genius of Pascal is that interesting that I continue discovering about him, not by reading about him, not for searching about his works for learning about him, but for learning about his applied works works by applying them, and then learning that he either wrote or invented […]

Douglas Engelbart

Berkeley, Saturday, May 30, 2020 3:14 AM Reporting procrastination, which is not good, but I learned something interesting. Here for the records an interesting radio episode, by 99% invisible, about Douglas Engelbart, and his vision and intellectual thought of the usage of communication systems and computers. The episode name is “Of Mice And Men”. It […]

Math Museum

Berkeley, Saturday, May 29, 2020 00:11 AM There is this great thing of Professor Tim Berners-Lee’s World Wide Web (www) invention that is the sharing of good information. I found this excellent page about a museum of math history, or rather about great contributors to math through history. Here is the link for my further […]


Berkeley, Friday, May 29, 2020 9:00 PM The full display of tracing processes is not just calculating them. I am grateful with all the pioneers who have developed metrics.