The Mathematician Will See You Now

Bruner, Jon
November 2009
Forbes Asia;11/16/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 17, p83
The article reports that Terence Tao, a mathematician professor in a University of California, Los Angeles, has converted his blog into an online graduate math seminar which is open to the public. Tao established the blog in February 2007 as a way to facilitate updates on his faculty home page. He responded by posting class notes, lecture slides, open questions and comments. Tao, has a page-long list of rules on his faculty Web site prescribing how he likes to be contacted.


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