So, I’ve started working from NedSpace Downtown, a coworking spot in downtown Portland. I’m not going to say Management was right, but I will admit that I save some time not stopping to explain game theory to the cat. And I guess pants aren’t so bad.
Now, if you’re reading this you’ll have noticed that I’ve got a new website, punkmathematics.com. This is where I’ll be updating the project, and thanks to the ecommerce efforts of lovely and talented webmeister Jeremy Duke of Tekbot.Networks, you’ll be able to buy cool swag. We’ve just ordered some sweet t-shirts with the ‘Math Anarchy’ logo on the front and a URL on the back. The men’s shirts are already designed; women’s shirts will follow shortly.
When March comes around, this will also be the home of Punk Mathematics Online. I’m happy to announce that I’ll be working with Natron Baxter Applied Gaming to make PM into a properly 21st-century interactive transmedia hullabaloo. Here, the Baxters discuss Gameful, their new collaborative game design platform (and Kickstarter success!) and the promises and perils of the gamification fad. I also save links on games and play here. (Some links are saved with the help of robots, so there will be occasional false positives and negatives for all of your serendipity needs.)
Next week: Opening the phones!