Uncertain Dots, Episode A

In which we hit double digits, in base ten, anyway. This was mostly about teaching stuff, because I’m between terms, in that weird reflect-on-the-last term/ prep-for-the-next-term space. With a digression about training wheels, which are good as an analogy, but less good for actually learning to ride a bike…

3 thoughts on “Uncertain Dots, Episode A

  1. Diversity in education demands an arithmetic base fair to everybody regardless of cultural orientation, sexual proclivities, substance enhancement, manual dexterity, and especially empirical ability: Base 1. Advocacy says, “nothing is better.”

  2. Cheap training wheels are the best because they get bent up (like Chad is planning to do manually) and the kid learns to ride.

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