## Math Links

Here's a list of some math related websites I came across thinking they'd be worth revisiting. Some are inspirational, others expository and yet others are just simply useful in day-to-day research life.

**For inspiration**

- Mark Hovey's list of problems in Algebraic Topology
- List of problems in Homotopy Theory
- Strickland's research page and list of projects
- Eric Peterson's project list
- Junior Geometry and Topology Seminar at Oxford
- Akhil Mathew's blog on topics in Geometry and Topology
- Topics of the Talbot Workshops

**For usefulness**

- Upcoming conferences/summer schools:
- Algebraic topology listserv (mailing list for topology related topics, e.g. upcoming conferences)
- Geometry listserv (mailing list for geometry related topics, e.g. upcoming conferences)
- All ICM proceedings since 1893
*n*Lab (wiki about n-point of view)- Manifold Atlas Project
- mathoverflow.net
- LaTeX symbols
- Detexify
- Typesetting diagrams using XY-pic

**For exposition**

- Informal archive of the "WHAT IS..." column of the AMS Notices.
- Usenet physics FAQ (everything you ever wondered about in physics)
- Essays about Algebraic Topology
- Ravi Vakil about being a grad student
- Life and Work of Alexandre Grothendieck