Just a reminder: we’re going to have a blog carnival here in a couple of days, and we need more submissions. You can submit here, or comment on this post, or email me.

Also a reminder: if you are one of the people out there who complained about there not being enough research-level material in carnivals, and you don’t submit now, you will have lost all complaining rights. Seriously.

EDIT: Another reminder: the Carnival of Mathematics is open to mathematics of all levels from kindergarten to Fields Medalist. I was just noting that if you’re going to complain about the lack of research level stuff, you’d better supply some of it.

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Um, does this qualify? It’s not at all research-level. This one is higher-level, but older; these two came from the q-bio section of the arXiv. It qualifies for the Carnival of Mathematics if you use the term “Kolmogorov complexity,” right?

I’d nominate this post at the infinity seminar as well – while I’m at it:

http://infinity.blogseminar.net/2007/08/29/overview-of-the-computation-of-a-infinity-structures/

It says much of what I was trying to put into a carnival-special blogpost, but failed at due to distraction and .. well .. more distraction.

I thought this one: http://jd2718.wordpress.com/2007/11/18/puzzle-mcrib/ was kind of fun.

Thanks!

It’s already December 1, 2007.

What happened to the Carnival?

How many posts do you have so far?

Rod- Life intervened. It’s posted now, though!