Jeremy KunAttention spans for math and storiesThere was a MathOverflow thread about mathematically interesting games for 5–6 year olds. A lot of the discussion revolved around how…Mar 26, 20191Mar 26, 20191

Jeremy KunOn self-publishing “A Programmer’s Introduction to Mathematics”Over the past four years I’ve been writing a book, A Programmer’s Introduction to Mathematics. It teaches someone with programming…Dec 8, 20189Dec 8, 20189

Jeremy KunFunding transparency 2016 for Math ∩ ProgrammingI write a blog that provides some income, and I’m going to use that blog as a platform to publish a book this Fall (mailing list). This…Jan 7, 20174Jan 7, 20174

Jeremy KunWeird 19th-century squiggles (why don’t programmers learn math?)Every so often the “should programmers learn math?” question comes up in hubs on the internet. Today, as often, it’s on HackerNews. The…Nov 19, 20161Nov 19, 20161

Jeremy KunWho would transparency in search algorithms benefit?Angela Merkel wants algorithms to be more transparent.Nov 6, 2016Nov 6, 2016

Jeremy KunHabits of highly mathematical peopleThe most common question students have about mathematics is “when will I ever use this?” Many math teachers would probably struggle to give…Jul 27, 201630Jul 27, 201630

Jeremy KunAn Open Letter to InvisibiliaHi Lulu, Alix, Hanna, and everyone else at Invisibilia,Jul 15, 20162Jul 15, 20162

Jeremy KunThe law depends on compute powerIn 2011 Sony sued George Hotz and his friends for jailbreaking the Playstation 3. One of the main complaints was that Hotz published an…Jun 26, 20162Jun 26, 20162

Jeremy KunThe right way to prove you are SatoshiStep 1. Don’t make basic mathematics mistakes in your blog post, as shown below. How many mistakes can you find in the quote?May 2, 20161May 2, 20161

Jeremy KunMathematics can help clarify liberal artsI had a long conversation with a feminist friend of mine the other day about sexuality. People have a lot of strong feelings about this…Apr 18, 20162Apr 18, 20162