I'm a big fan of topology and algebra. I'm also a huge fan of thinking about how to better teach mathematics. Recently, I've begun thinking about ways to better draw and visualize topics in algebra and topology.
I host a math blog which attempts to cover a few "higher level" and some lower-level topics in a long, detailed manner. One reviewer noted: "It's the opposite of elegant."
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