Thursday, November 17, 2022

Circular Primes

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Maybe I've come full circle. Maybe you saw what others saw a few days ago.

Welcome to Comic #1900. I usually try to make extra effort for the comics ending in 00, but it's been harder for find time to make the effort for regular comics. And for some time, I've been thinking about the year 1900 as a concept for the comic. But, honestly, while things did happen in that year, nothing spectacular popped out at me. Nothing about that year, other than being the last of the 19th century, came to mind.

And then the Calendar problem that I signed up for last month came along. I intended to rework it into a comic, but after four days (six actually, it was submitted before the 13th), I pretty much gave up and decided to use it as is.

The good news is that I can do anything I want for comic 1901. A mini with shapes, a comic with ANTHRO-Numerics(tm), or just teachers or family talking.

And in the back of my mind, I know that Thanksgiving and Christmas are coming, and I really want to enjoy those.

I also write Fiction!

You can now order Devilish And Divine, edited by John L. French and Danielle Ackley-McPhail, which contains (among many, many others) three stories by me, Christopher J. Burke about those above us and from down below.
Order the softcover or ebook at Amazon.

Also, check out In A Flash 2020, by Christopher J. Burke for 20 great flash fiction stories, perfectly sized for your train rides.
Available in softcover or ebook at Amazon.

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Come back often for more funny math and geeky comics.

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