Ceád Mile Fáilte

In the Irish LanguageCeád Mile Fáilte (pronounced: KAY-ed MEE-luh FOIL-cha) is a popular greeting meaning “A Hundred Thousand Welcomes”. [Wikipedia] So a big WELCOME to the new year 2011!

But wait, my family was originally Cornish? So I should say:

Heudh Nowydh Blydhen [Happy New Year]

I was excited to get up this morning and see that my blog stats counter had ticked over 100, 000. Their has been an exponential growth in visitors to this blog, but this does not seem to correlate with the number of posts I make each month? I think it would be very dangerous to extrapolate from the graph either. According to the model shown, “Webmaths” would reach a total of 1, 131, 892 hits by the end of 2012!


About webmaths

I have been teaching Mathematics in Victorian secondary schools for 30 years. I use the www to make my maths lessons better. I hope this blog will give other teachers some ideas to try in their own classes.
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