28 August 2008

Gowers on the PCM

Here is an MP3 interview with Tim Gowers about The Princeton Companion to Mathematics, of which he is one of the editors.

It's $100. Who wants to buy it for me?

5 comments:

Marty said...

Well, now I know what I want for Christmas....

enric said...

I'm going to buy it as soon as it appears.

The reason that I'm doing this, is BECAUSE it can be downloaded for free from p2p in pdf format. I've read parts of it, and it's wonderful. My copy looks like an intentional leak from the editor, because there are small editorial comments at the margins. This leakage is an exceedingly good idea!

Dan said...

If you'd like to read quite a few sample articles check out http://pcm.tandtproductions.com User: Guest Pass:PCM

Under resources you can find sample articles. It looks like it will be great.

topologicalmusings said...

"It's $100. Who wants to buy it for me?"

Would you want that as a Christmas gift?

unapologetic said...

Hey wait.. we can ask for and get books from this blog thing?

Who wants to buy me a copy of the Codex Seraphinianus?