I’m sure most of the mathematical community already knows all about mathoverflow.net, but just in case, thought I’d post a link here. It was news to me…perhaps just because I’m not really in the collegiate academic math community. (Though the wikipedia article says it was created in 2009, so it’s still in its infancy.) But it’s definitely a resource I’ll be using as I do my own mathematical investigations and my grad coursework. I’ve enjoyed the original stackoverflow.com for looking up answers to questions, and in two instances so far, asking my own. StackOverflow and sites like them fill a vital role in the online community–quick, thorough answers to pointed questions.

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