Blog Interview @

March 4, 2013 at 10:15 pm Leave a comment

If you’d like to know more about me and this blog — and let’s be honest, why wouldn’t you? — check out my blog interview at – The Blog. It’s part of their Mathematical Instruments series, in which they interview bloggers whose blogs are listed at There you can find answers to such burning questions as:

  • How did this blog get its name?
  • Is my wife smarter than I am?
  • What does the internet need more (and less) of?
  • What are my favorite blogs?

Addditional info about me and this blog can be found on the About page.

And if that still doesn’t satisfy the information hound in you, feel free to post other questions in the Comments. All tasteful questions will be answered immediately; tasteless questions will be answered as soon as I formulate a witty response.

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About MJ4MF

The Math Jokes 4 Mathy Folks blog is an online extension to the book Math Jokes 4 Mathy Folks. The blog contains jokes submitted by readers, new jokes discovered by the author, details about speaking appearances and workshops, and other random bits of information that might be interesting to the strange folks who like math jokes.

MJ4MF (offline version)

Math Jokes 4 Mathy Folks is available from Amazon, Borders, Barnes & Noble, NCTM, Robert D. Reed Publishers, and other purveyors of exceptional literature.

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