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Life on the Poincaré Disk

Just at this time I left Caen, where I was then living, to go on a geological excursion under the auspices of the school of mines.

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Bonjour Geometry! (Part 2)

On Friday you used an unmarked ruler and a collapsible compass to construct an equilateral triangle. This was Euclid’s Proposition I. (Propositions are theorems, mathematical statements that have to be proved.) 92 more words


Bonjour Geometry! (Part 1)

Find a ruler (tool #1), but disregard its markings. You will not measure with it, just draw lines.  Find a compass (tool #2) to draw circles. 90 more words


The Podium Bag (A finish)

Well folks, I did it! I met my goal for 2018 of making some bags (or at least one) by completing January’s Bag of the Month… 180 more words

Totes And Pouches

Stevieslaw: My poem, Triangles, is up at Eclectica

The Jan/Feb edition of Eclectica is just up and my poem Triangles is in it.  Here is the link to the entire issue:


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More Art from JMM - San Diego

There were so much interesting work on display at the JMM that I wanted to explore a few more.

Tom Bates’ cast bronze sculpture “Six Easy Pieces” is based on one of the Chen-Gackstatter minimal surfaces. 222 more words

Euclid police looking for 68-year-old woman missing since November | FOX 8 Cleveland

EUCLID — The Euclid Police Department is asking for the public’s help in finding a 68-year-old woman who went missing a few months ago.

Police say Karen Cobb went missing on Roseland Avenue in Euclid on November 4, 2017, and hasn’t been seen since.