- Rick Regan on decimal (base ten) numbers like 999 having binary representations that end in 111.
- Math Alive (Look at the lecture notes for pdfs.)
- Computer Science Unplugged (I downloaded a 111 page pdf of what look like great activities for young kids.)
- I'm not fond of war studies, but the German Tank problem was a very interesting application of statistics, which I'm likely to use in my stat classes.
- Not part of the carnival, but up at the top of the blog, was the previous post title, on a binary marble adding machine, made out of wood.
If binary numbers are considered a part of computer science, then 60% of what I could really follow was the computer science material. Hmm...