Not all these blogs are popular, so I figured a link dump was in order:

Social Science Statistics Blog, Correlation is Not Causation, Part 1,345,649,303. *It made me laugh.*

MathsClass, Bearing and airports. *A Dan Meyer-like “here’s a picture figure out what it means” exploration of the numbering of airport runways.*

Rip’s Applied Mathematics Blog, Color: odds and ends. *Additive and subtractive colors, and how they can be manipulated like vectors.*

Calculus I Blog, Early Method for Finding Tangents. *Post from a student blog about finding tangents without Calculus.*

Division by Zero, Top 8 Most Popular Polygons. *Fun with Google Trends: poor, unloved nonagon.*

y of x, What Would a Spectator Friendly Math Competition Look Like? *Going above and beyond the thrill of pencil and paper.*

Maths: The Final Frontier, Wheels within wheels: A gallery of epicycles. *Just lovely*.

neverendingbooks, The Scottish Solids Hoax. *Neolithic Platonic solids, or wishful thinking?*

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Mike Sansone, on April 5, 2009 at 8:05 pm said:Ah, the power of feeds and filters. Your list of 8 just made me star this post for later. Thanks for sharing these!

Jon Ingram, on April 5, 2009 at 11:36 pm said:Thank you for the link, and for the links! I particularly enjoyed the post on Scottish balls (and the site which contains it).