This newsletter attempts to combine mathematics and humour.
Check how many you've used in your lifetime.
Glass Klein bottles of all types.
Annotated links to math jokes, humor and mathematical recreations.
Over 120k of jokes.
A page of math jokes.
A collection of academic jokes with an emphasis towards mathematical ones.
Definitions, anecdotes, and limericks about math and mathematicians.
We show that, in the context of Moore's Law, overall productivity can be increased for large enough computations by `slacking' or waiting for some period of time before purchasing a computer and beginning the calculation.
A collection of math humor links.
Not all of these are mathematical in nature, but many of them are.
From the Topology Atlas.
Explain it if you can.
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