**This is my 300th post and I’m feeling all nostalgic**. Here are some of the popular threads that have appeared on my blog over the last few years. If you’ve missed them, now’s your chance to check them out:

**Posts about the new Microsoft Equation Editor**: I’m a huge fan of the new equation editor in Microsoft Office and I’ve posted numerous times about its features, the first one here. I didn’t get it all out of my system and had to say more here. Many people complain that Cambria Math is the only available font, so I pointed you to other math fonts and work-arounds. I’m pretty handy with LaTeX, too, so I did a comparison in this post.**For some reason a**and this post is linked from a lot of teacher course pages.*lot*of people find this post about TI-Emulators**Philosophical posts about education**: Why Calculus still belongs at the top, Patient problem solving, In defense of Calculus, One thing that makes my class unique**The definition of trapezoids**. Need I say more?**Misconceptions**: PEMDAS problems, Do irrational roots come in pairs?, Asymptote misconceptions**Rants**: Rationalization Rant, Teaching domain and range incorrectly**Visitors to our school**: Glen Whitney, James Tanton, Matthew Wright**Some of my favorite resources I’ve created**: Halloween Calculus Worksheet, Challenge Problems, Guess who!, Theory of Knowledge Lecture**And of course, my Random Walk Mural**that just went up in the back of my classroom this summer! Check out the link for a video documentary about how it was made.

Thanks for randomly walking with me over these last few years (though, some say it’s a “drunken walk” 🙂 ). Either way, I’ll raise a glass to another 300 posts!