Saturday, December 11, 2010

Math Salon Today

If anyone reading this blog lives near me (Richmond, California) and wants to join us, please do. We're making snowflakes, nameflakes, and stars, and thinking about symmetry.

You can call me at 510 (Do spambots care about phone numbers?) 236 (I hope not, but if they do, they'll miss this, right?) 8044, for directions.

6 comments:

  1. Because most spambots use regular expressions, I suspect the average spambot would still be able to pick up the pattern as a phone number, since phone numbers come in 3-3-4 blocks, and a regular expression expects some non-digit characters between the blocks. A PERL expression like '(\d\d\d).*(\d\d\d).*(\d\d\d\d)' would still find the number.
    On the other hand, something like '406 (1st block) 555 55 55' would be much harder to automatically detect, since the pattern of digits becomes 3 1 3 2 2.

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  2. Cody, thank you for that explanation! Next time I want to put my phone number online maybe I'll spell out one of the digits.

    So you've convinced me that they can find my phone number the way I wrote it, but my other question is why they'd want my phone number.

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  3. Hi Sue.
    This is unrelated to your Math Salon--though I'd like to come sometime!

    I recently told you (via dy/dan comment-land) that SLZ High wasn't a good resource for learning about Complex Instruction anymore. I wanted to let you know that I just posted on my blog about some GOOD CI resources. I hope you'll hop over and check it out!

    http://betweenthenumbers.wordpress.com/2010/12/16/complex-instruction/

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  4. Hi Sue,
    We are a homeschool family just moved to Point Richmond. I love your Math Salon idea... both of my children love math when it is fun.
    Can we came visit?
    Please let me know.
    Thanks, Sara

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  5. Hi Sue,
    We are a homeschool family just moved to Point Richmond.
    WE love your math salon idea... both of my children love math when it is fun!
    can we came visit?
    Please let me know.
    Thanks!
    Sara

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  6. Hi Sara,

    I'll respond directly by email. Anyone interested in the salon can email me at suevanhattum on the hotmill (fix that word, you know how) system.

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