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Playing "The Witness" with kids is an amazing experience

I learned about a new game called “The Witness” from this Vi Hart tweet last week:

Don't watch twitch streams or look at screenshots or read reviews.

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Teaching Resource - Parable of the Polygons

A few weeks back I came across Parable of the Polygons, a “playable post” from Vi Hart and Nicky Case. I’ve been pretty entranced by it since. 227 more words


A Talk by Vi Hart

A fun talk/performance by the always entertaining and thought-provoking Vi Hart.


Draw your own hexahexaflexagon - blanks for printing and colouring in

It would have been Martin Gardner’s 101st birthday today (he was born in 1914 and died in 2010) and while he certainly didn’t invent, or even discover, hexahexaflexagons he was one of the first people to popularise them with an article in… 145 more words

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Vi Hart's superb analysis of "Happy B'day"

At the beginning of her analysis of the lyrics and music of of the familiar song, Vi Hart refers to recent news by saying, “So you might have heard that you can sing ‘Happy Birthday’ without getting sued….” That’s just the beginning. 24 more words


reprint: Binary Rhythm Pattern Indexing System from The Elements of Rhythm, Vols. I

One of the key and unique components to The Elements of Rhythm series and its introduction of binary rhythm pattern theory is the way in which we classify and catalog the fundamental building block rhythm patterns. 373 more words

Rhythm Pattern Theory