Monday, February 09, 2009

Mathematical poetry

In this post, I would like to mention two of my friends who have given me an insight into the world of visual mathematical poetry.

Thanks Karl and Kaz.

Kaz Maslanka
www.kazmaslanka.com
www.mathematicalpoetry.blogspot.com

Karl Kempton

http://www.thing.net/~grist/l&d/kaldron.htm
See this link for Karl's works (many of 'em) - http://mathematicalpoetry.blogspot.com/2006/07/karl-kempton-links.html

Also, to inform my readers, I did the translation of mathematical poems by Kitasono Katue in Hindi for Karl Young. Have a look here and if you know Hindi, please feel free to point out my mistakes, if any.

4 comments:

Kaz Maslanka said...

Those Hindi characters are beautiful.

Kaz Maslanka said...

Oh ... and thanks for the thanks!
I appreciate your help and insight.

Thanks again!
Kaz

Little Girl Lost said...

hello anandi. i enjoyed your very interesting blog and followed your link to kaz maslanka, which totally blew my mind. hoping you drop by again to see what i've written. i know i will.
you might want to choose to follow my blog. that way, we can stay connected in this vast world of blogging :)

Little Girl Lost said...

thank you for liking the post.I had hoped to disgruntle at least a few people but that doesn't seem to have worked so far
no, i am not the bold adventuress you imagine. I just like to see people making complete asses of themselves.
i have no idea what a feed is, but i was hoping you could do that 'follow my blog' thing(you know, the icon at the top right of my blog) so that i could see your link directly on my blog and wouldn't have to look for you all over the web.
is this all very confusing? maybe kaz can show us how to write a poem on it :)

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