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A Few Notes: One Love

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Now that I have my Google Reader in order, here are a few links and notes:

  • I stumbled upon this literally. It’s some freaky animation, but it’s dope nonetheless. (Pascal Campion)
  • This article by Michael Lewis was really good. It discusses Shane Battier, Duke alum and current Houston Rockets player, and the intersection between the stats and the intangibles. (NYTimes)
  • My kids call me an OG (original gangsta). Here’s one reason why: I built my own computer. You, too, can be a bad-ass. Just follow these steps. (Lifehacker)
  • JD officially has the dopest Valentine’s Day poem I’ve ever heard. OK, maybe not, but it’s still cool. Mathematicians stand up! (JD2718)
  • Rep. Michael Capuano tears an asshole into the Bank CEOs that showed up at in front of the House Financial Services Committee. (NYMag)
  • A big shout-out to my favorite nationally syndicated cartoonist / editorialist, RJ Matson. I love his cartoons.

And if I see another cartoon of Obama, MLK, and Lincoln mixed in, I’m gonna shoot the Internet square in the mainframe.

Jose, who has a lot of writing to do …

About Jose Vilson

José Luis Vilson is a math educator, blogger, speaker, and activist. For more of my writing, buy my book This Is Not A Test: A New Narrative on Race, Class, and Education, on sale now.

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  1. LD

    I think I may try Google Reader. It will help me keep up with all these blogs.

    I did wish you a happy belated birthday, I hope you received that greeting (on a previous blog).

    I hope all is well with you love.

    Be blessed,

    -LDx0x

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    Jose

    Thanks for the blessings. Honest. Google Reader is the shiz despite my lack of usage in recent weeks. Now that I’m finally caught up, I can use it more effectively.

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