Javier Livas' YouTube vignettes should be compiled and included.
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Date: Mon, 4 Jul 2011 22:42:56
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Subject: Re: More online learning
Joe, I'm in maths heaven! Great site and a great complement to the
Maths Dummy books I'm reading.
So, I wonder if anyone is interested in setting up a sort of free site for
The one flaw I find in books and sites that teach maths is that there aren't
enough cross references or hyperlinks.
Lasker in one of his chess books (I've got it somewhere in my archives
aka attic) uses cross referencing a lot which is very helpful. The same
would be very helpful in teaching mats and although the Dummy books
have some cross referencing, they don't have enough IMO>
So I suggest a Cybernetics teaching site would be heavily hyperlinked.
On Sat, 2 Jul 2011 20:17:35 -0700, Joseph Truss
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>Here is another free education site that looks pretty good. I haven't
previewed any of the actual course programs but the intro was good.
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