I’ve

often argued here that the only way to keep a mathematical blog going

over time is to change it into a group-blog. At times, I’ve even

approached some people directly asking them to contribute but with no

success, so far. (Btw. I’ve given up on this, but in case you changed

your mind, you know where to find me). Still, it

is nice to see that some people succeed where I’ve failed. For a few

weeks now, a brand-new group blog is producing posts at an amazing rate

: The n-category

cafe. The contributors are John Baez (also known from his

This Week’s Finds in

Mathematical Physics), David Corfield (also

known from his blog Philosophy of

Real Mathematics ) and Urs Schreiber (also

known as a contributor to The String Coffee Table ).

The blog’s subtitle ‘A group blog on math, physics and philosophy’

promises a wider range of topics than the mainly categorical stuff

posted so far (perhaps, they will open up their cafe at a later date to

others willing to contribute?)

# the n-category cafe

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