Weekly News Sep 30: Gather Social, New Video(s), Benefit Auction, CoM

  • Gather.town Social 
    Our Gather.town events continue every Saturday at 12 noon ET (16:00 UTC) in Gather.town.
    Upcoming get togethers are:
    – On October 1, “Math in the movies: the good, the bad, and the silly” (bring your own favorite examples).
    – On October 8, “Magic in the movies: the good, the bad, and the silly” (bring your own favorite examples).

    Details on Gather.town Socials, here.

  • G4G14 Conference Videos on YouTube! 
    The videos from G4G14 in Atlanta are being posted on our YouTube channel, 5 more appearing every week. Most are only 6 or 7 minutes long. 
    New this week, the 84-minute Tribute to Berlekamp, Conway, Guy, Graham, and Randi.


Watch Videos

  • G4G14 Conference Videos on YouTube! 
    The G4G Fall 2022 Benefit Auction is taking place the week of October 23-30, 2022. This is the perfect time to get gifts for the holidays. Special unique items include autographed books by Martin Gardner and John Conway, notebooks with drawings featured in Vi Hart’s videos, mechanical puzzles, Escher-inspired checkerboard, original artwork, The Art of Computer Programming, Volume 4B: Combinatorial Algorithms, Part 2 (scheduled for publication this fall) personally autographed by Donald Knuth, G4G Gift Exchange books, lessons in magic and more. Proceeds fund G4G scholarships, Celebration of Mind, and other G4G outreach initiatives.

2022 Fundraiser

  • Celebration of Mind
    This October it will be 12 years since we started to organize Celebrations of Mind which took off around the world. We continue holding our monthly virtual presentation on Zoom on the 21st. Other than this we encourage everyone to hold their own events in person in small or big groups and look forwards to hearing how everyone celebrated. You can find out more on how to host and even register your events through our website.

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