If you visit this blog once in a while, here are a few ways to hear from me more regularly.
I often use SVG images because they look great on a variety of devices, but most email clients won’t display that format. If you subscribe by email, there’s always a link to open the article in a browser and see all the images.
I also have a monthly newsletter. It highlights the most popular posts of the month and usually includes a few words about what I’ve been up to.
I have 17 Twitter accounts that post daily on some topic and one personal account.
The three most popular are CompSciFact, AlgebraFact, and ProbFact. These accounts are a little broader than the names imply. For example, if I run across something that doesn’t fall neatly into another mathematical category, I’ll post it to AlgebraFact. Miscellaneous applied math tends to end up on AnalysisFact.
You can find a list of all accounts and their descriptions here.
I don’t keep up with replies to my topical accounts, but I usually look at replies to my personal account. If you want to be sure I get your message, please call or send me email.
Occasionally people ask whether there’s a team of people behind my Twitter accounts. Nope. Just me. I delegate other parts of my business, but not Twitter. I schedule most of the technical account tweets in advance, but I write them. My personal account is mostly spontaneous.
Here’s my contact info.