Tuesday, April 25, 2006

The Morning Fib

Wouldn't that be a great name for a daily newspaper? Hmmm. Maybe not.

Now, you might not believe me, but this morning for the first time in weeks, I did a Google search on "the fib poem." Wow. I was really surprised by how much I'd missed. My rudimentary link-tracking skills haven't even been sufficient, but I also found wonderful threads full of Fibs that never even mention this blog or the original post or the Times or Slashdot or anything.

I also ran into a Fib entry at the Double-Tongued Word Wrester Dictionary. This was from before the Times article, no less. There are some great words and phrases they've found there, I must say. It's possible I procrastinated a bit at their site this morning. I'm not saying for sure. Of course yesterday I ostensibly worked outside but probably spent more time watching the clouds.

For those looking for all things Fib, there's some links collected over on the right hand side of the blog under the headline "The Fibs." You can also scroll down below this post and read along. Poke into the comments on all the Fib related posts and see... Fibs! Also, feel free to leave your own in the comments of this or any post. A few posts down you'll see a small collection of sports Fibbery... or maybe a new topic will sprout up today. Fib on!

7 comments:

Tabitha Dial said...

Ah yes... watching the clouds... I've been wanting to do that, but the sky's either been all cloud or no cloud lately...

218717 said...

The Heart of Mathematics
Undeniably
The best Of
All the
Math
Books


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philmo1701 said...

Life
Is
On a
Stage called Earth.
We leave our mark while
Portraying Earth as it should be.
We incorporate all the universe, even math!
Carpentry, costuming, properties, playwriting are all based on a thing called shop math.

Anonymous said...

Music and math combined are fun,
You may not know it,
As you count 3/4 to 5/8,
It's much more fun than a debate.


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mc said...

Each
day
arrives
without you.
Yet the morning dew
says softly: you are always here..

Anonymous said...

All
the
answers
to math can
be found in the class
with Cantor and Fibbonacci

Anonymous said...

Is
Fib
famous?
The proof's at
Wikipedia!