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Weeknote 2019/37

I've fallen silent this year. There were a lot of reasons for that. Mostly bad things, but many good things, too. I want to try to find a way back to writing, especially given this blog's 10th anniversary coming up in December. I've never been very personal on this personal site of mine; or perhaps more precisely I may not have appeared to be so, that is, I've not been writing the stuff most people think of when they say "personal website". I'm thinking maybe I'll give it a try.

Carnival of Math No. 173

This year I once again have the pleasure to host the now 173th Carnival of Mathematics, the moveable feast of mathematical blogging shepherded by The Aperiodical, the best math blogging collective on this little blue ball in space. Be sure to visit the previous Carnival (No. 172) at Cassandra Lee Yieng's blog and keep an eye on all Carnivals.

Towards a general method for accessible content trees or: deep aria-labels for equations revisited

Oh dear, that title is a mouth full. A while ago I wrote about two interesting results from the AIM workshop and I had promised to dive deeper. Well, take a deep breath.