Welcome to the Blogosphere Mit

Waaay back when I was in high school, math wasn’t one of my best subjects.  In fact, it wasn’t until after High School before many math concepts actually started to ‘click’ for me.

In my High School days, we didn’t have the vast resources of the internet to tap into.  The closest thing we had to Google was the Oracle of Delphi, which involved a long voyage over the ocean and a lot of buttering up to the pantheons to get a good ranking with the oracle.

Since then, Pythia has relocated to the U.S. and adopted the pen name ‘Google’ which has a fairly decent online presence.

Anyway, my sister to the rescue.  My sister Misty is a Math teacher (and a very good one I might add!).  She has decided to share her knowledge beyond the borders of the classroom, and help those struggling with math by offering great math tips, not only for struggling High School students, but for anyone.

I think her writing style is great, and Misty is the type of math teacher that I wish I could have had back in the day.  I probably wouldn’t have struggled nearly so much. 😛

I strongly recommend checking out her blog, even if you don’t need help improving your math grades, you’ll find this a fun site to check out.

Congrats Misty, for having the guts to get an online presence and helping those in need!  You’re off to a great start!  You can check out Misty’s blog at http://mathhelpforyou.wordpress.com/

5 thoughts on “Welcome to the Blogosphere Mit”

  1. Hey Jack. Your little one is growing up so fast 🙂

    I just visited Misty’s site. It’s encouraging to see a fresh idea such as this. Good on you for helping her get noticed. Michael

    1. Hi Michael,
      Thanks for the nice comment & yes, it’s hard to believe just how fast they spring up!

      I noticed that you’re a maths teacher too! How cool. 🙂
      I finally got gravity mathematically worked out at the singularity point within a black hole (which technically makes it no longer a singularity), but I’ve yet to figure out those darn fractions they taught in high school!

  2. Thanks for sweet compliments and blog mention Jack! As I said to Michael, without your help and patience, I don’t know if I would have actually done it. Your words of wisdom, I believe something like, “It’s not going to happen by just thinking about it,” really struck a chord with me, and it is so true. Love you, brother, and thank you again for all of your help!

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