A Few Notes: One Love

Jose Vilson Short Notes 2 Comments



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.

Comments 2

  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,


  2. Post

    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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