Monday, 16 November 2009 | 0 Comments
I have turned off the automatic inclusion of my Delicious “maths” links in the update feed/email for this site.
I don’t like it on other people’s sites when I’m subscribed to their feed and I also get their links (or worse, everything they’ve said on Twitter that day!), when I’ve either already seen the site they have saved, or I have the person as part of my network on Delicious and already subscribe to that source of links.
So, if you want to keep up with the maths links I post to Delicious either,
Separately, on the Maths Links page on this site, I’m collecting links to single activities there, and categorising them. You will see on that page that you can get updates by RSS or Email.
New Subscribe to the …MathsLinks
Simon Job — eleventh year of teaching maths in a public high school in Western Sydney, Australia.
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