TeachPi.org’s New Look

Welcome to the new and improved TeachPi.org! Like a much-loved teddy bear, the site has been a companion to many teachers and Pi lovers for several years now, but it had been stitched together (with love) in an earlier time, and was starting to show some signs of wear and tear. So, I decided that it was time to invest in the future of TeachPi.org and in those who continue to enjoy it and contribute to it year after year.

While you will find all of the same content and features from the old site here, this new platform will allow me both to add new things, and to interact with you, more easily than ever before! This blog itself is one such new feature. I plan to engage more often and more directly with you, and to bring you more stories – both from the world of Pi history, and from my own journeys as a Pi Day speaker and performer. (Yes, I am Pi Diddy, and Pi Diddy is me. More on that later.)

Hopefully this initial post whets your appetite a bit for what’s to come. The great thing about Pi is that it’s always growing (in digits, significance, fan base, etc.), and so we all have good reason to keep growing in our collective knowledge of it, and in our enthusiasm for celebrating with number lovers of all ages!

Stay tuned as Pi Day ’14 approaches…

Luke Anderson is the founder and proprietor of TeachPi.org. Luke has been a Pi Day presenter to K-12, college, and adult audiences around the country for more than 20 years, and is a frequent contributor to Pi-related stories in the media.

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