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## Interview with a blogger

- April 30th, 2007
- 4:40 pm

### 8 People had this to say...

- Michi
- April 30th, 2007
- 22:30

John: I already sent in the interview, so amending is something I’d rather do for serious flaws – but that’s a good point.

The slight sales-pitchy feel to it is to a certain extent due to the context – I’m supposed to launch blogging in the German mathematical sphere, and this was to a large extent what they wanted from me for the interview.

- John Armstrong
- April 30th, 2007
- 23:05

Oh, it’s understood that you can’t update what you’ve sent, but it can be mentioned here. Thus the benefit of blogs: they capture *l’esprit d’escalier*.

- Carnival of Mathematics Edition #7 at nOnoscience
- May 4th, 2007
- 19:04

[...] Johansson got interviewed by a german maths website about maths blogging, which he reports in the Interview with a blogger. As he writes in his email “The german mathematical community is currently slowly waking up [...]

- beans
- May 4th, 2007
- 20:42

Nice interview, but it’s pretty cool in the way that Craig’s blog and Alexandre Borovik’s blog also inspired me to start blogging! Although mines more of random mumbo jumbo compared to theres!

- Michi’s blog » Blog Archive » And the published version is…
- June 12th, 2007
- 22:19

[...] right here – at least if you’re wondering what happened with my recent interview. [...]

- Interview With a Blogger « Vlorbik on Math Ed
- July 13th, 2007
- 20:20

[...] With a Blogger June 15th, 2007 The English translation of this interview with Mikael Johansson is well worth a look. Am I [...]

- Carnival of Mathematics Edition #7 « Unruled Notebook
- February 15th, 2010
- 12:31

[...] Johansson got interviewed by a german maths website about maths blogging, which he reports in the Interview with a blogger. As he writes in his email “The german mathematical community is currently slowly waking up [...]

One thing to add to this excellent sales pitch for blathering: blogs have become pretty commonplace, but mathematics weblogs seem to have exploded only recently. Most of them I run across are a year or so old at most.