|Subject:||You're one of the Best Links on Suite101.com!|
|Date:||Mon, 1 Jun 1998 10:33:03 -0700|
It's almost a year and you are still "The Best" on our site.
Hi Alex Bogomolny!
We just want to say thanks. Over the last year your site (your efforts) has played a big part in helping Suite101.com members find the best of the Web quickly. The Internet community has acknowledged Suite101.com on several occasions as one of the best sites on the Net. Most recently, Suite101.com signed a distribution agreement with Microsoft Canada Co. to provide a content StartClip for MSN Canada's recently released MSN Start. As a result of this distribution agreement, The Microsoft Network's 2 million plus global members, as well as visitors to http://www.ca.msn.com, will now have integrated access to Suite101.com's hundreds of contributing editors -- web guides with a passion, topics and links. Your link included! Our content distribution agreement with Microsoft Canada Co. is the result of the combined efforts of a great number of individuals and organizations. While Suite101.com provides the infrastructure and our editors are responsible for the weekly columns, it is your site, and sites like yours that helped us gain the recognition that we wish to share today. Your site, which has been chosen by Michael Curl, contributing editor for Puzzles, as one of the "Best of the Internet," deserves particular recognition. In acknowledgement, we're sending you our newly revamped Top 5 Best of Web Award. We would be pleased and honored if you displayed this award on your site.
Congratulations to you and your site. We know the effort, time and dedication it takes to be the "Best."
You are invited to have a look at our site at http://www.suite101.com (entry is easy and membership is free), check your listing, browse and comment. Your interest and/or comments are appreciated.
Suite101.com Editor in Chief
|Subject:||Welcome to the SuperSite for Kids!|
|Date:||Wed, 30 Jul 1997 11:49:28 -0700|
Thank you for accepting our invitation to include your work in Bonus.com, The SuperSite for Kids.
We would like to present you with the Bonus Editor's Choice logo for placement on your awards or home page. We have a page in Bonus.com where you may download your award.
We hope you will display this award with pride. You can look forward to seeing your excellent site in Bonus.com in the next two to four weeks; please visit and let me know what you think, firstname.lastname@example.org.
The SuperSite for Kids
|Date:||Sat, 24 Jan 1998 16:59:29 -0500|
Your site: https://www.cut-the-knot.com/ has been selected as a featured site in StudyWeb as one of the best educational resources on the Web by our researchers. It can be found in our Elementary Math section.
StudyWeb is one of the Internet's premier sites for educational resources for students and teachers. Since 1996, our expert reviewers have scoured the Internet to select only the finest sites to be included in StudyWeb's listing of educational links. Each site in StudyWeb includes a detailed review describing its editorial and visual merits.
If you are unfamiliar with StudyWeb, please check us out at: http://www.studyweb.com/.
Inclusion in StudyWeb will increase your exposure and attract new visitors to your site: our reviews have been featured on Webcrawler Select, The Lycos Top 5%, Education World and many others, and StudyWeb updates are provided to media and educational resources around the world.
Thanks -- and again, congratulations!
|Subject:||Request permission to link Math Games site to ED's Oasis|
|Date:||Fri, 7 Nov 1997 19:51:19 -0800|
Alexander--I'm working on a grant-funded project to develop a web site for teachers called ED's Oasis. One section of this site is devoted to providing links to and information about educational web sites which have passed the evaluation process which is described in another section.
I request permisison to link to the Math Games and Puzzles portion of your site. These interactive puzzles provide an excellent example of how to extend traditional curriculum into new media.
Your welcome to examine the ED's Oasis site before you respond to my request. You will find it at: http://www.EDsOasis.org
Director, ED's Oasis
Where you will find education treasures,
share effective strategies,
and build community...
|Subject:||Interactive Mathematics wins award!|
|Date:||Tue, 6 May 1997 11:17:03 -0700|
Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles
Your site has been chosen by Computer Currents Interactive (CCI) as one of the Links of the Week for the week starting May 12, 1997.
Your site has been chosen based on its originality, content and quality. You can display the Links of the Week Award icon on your site.
After your site is on Links of the Week it will be moved and have a permanent home on CCI's Web Reviews page, which is updated bi-weekly.
If you have any questions or comments, please email or call me. Thank you for contributing worthwhile content to the Internet.
M. I. Foard
Links of the Week Editor for Computer Currents
|Subject:||Link to your page|
|Date:||Sun, 4 May 1997 22:59:14 -0400|
|From:||Cam & Barb Miller|
Dear Mr Bogomolny,
We are two parents who live in Toronto, Canada. We have posted a math related personal page called Sumfun.
We have placed several links to your page because we have appreciated it so much. Our goal is to give a taste of what motivates people to "do math" (to show why they love it!) Your Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles says it all! You have presented your site in a way that captures the essence of the excitement of math and its depth at the same time.
Please feel very welcome to visit the page if you wish.
|Subject:||One of the Ten!|
|Date:||Mon, 31 Mar 1997 17:14:29 +0000|
Congratulations, your site has been chosen as one of the "Ten Cool Sites" for the month of April 1997. Every month, the Exploratorium's picks the best in science, art and education. We've been picking cool sites since June of 1995. Sites are submitted by visitors to the Exploratorium homepages or suggested by Exploratorium staff.
Sites are selected based upon their content, design, and the overall experience of visiting them.
Please stop by and check out the Exploratorium's Learning Studio and visit to the Ten Cool Sites to see your review and link.
If you have any questions or comments please feel free to e-mail me.
|Subject:||Mail address needed|
|Date:||Wed, 26 Mar 1997 16:21:18 -0500|
|From:||David C. Webb|
The March 1997 issue of NCTM News Bulletin, our monthly news letter for mathematics educators, listed your Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles site in its Internet Briefs section, a sort of "classified ads" for Internet sites. We do this regularly with any new Internet sites we find that may interest mathematics teachers, at no cost to the sites themselves.
We would like to send you a complimentary copy of that issue, as we do with anyone the News Bulletin features. Unfortunately, the best we could find on the site itself was this e-mail address for you. Could you give us a normal-mail address? Sending it to me by e-mail will be fine: I'll forward it to those who need it.
Thanks in advance,
David C. Webb
Editorial and Production Assistant
Headquarters Office, Reston, Virginia
|Date:||Tue, 31 Dec 1996 14:27:17 -0500|
The team responsible for developing the Web site for the Eisenhower National Clearinghouse wants to let you know that "Interactive Mathematics Education and Puzzles" is featured in this month's Digital Dozen. Check it out at http://www.enc.org
The Eisenhower National Clearinghouse (ENC) collects both physical and virtual resources useful to math and science educators. Each month we choose a baker's dozen of web sites to highlight. The criteria we use to select sites include valuable math and/or science content, teacher appeal, clear navigational aids, and that special something. In addition to being featured in this month's Digital Dozen, your site has been included in our main listing of educational links. You may notice higher traffic to your site as a result of its greater exposure on our web pages.
Many of the people connecting to your site may find our site useful as well. You will find an attached file (ddbadge1.gif) with this email. You may use this image to show that you have been featured and recommended by ENC. If the image is damaged during emailing, you may also find it at http://www.enc.org/ddbadge1.gif.
Keep up the good work!
The Online team
|Date:||Fri, 01 Nov 1996 16:01:17 -0800|
Congratulations, the National Academy Press has selected the Interactive Mathematics Puzzles site as the cool science link of the day.
The National Academy Press is the publisher for the National Academy of Sciences, National Academy of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, and the National Research Council. The National Academy Press Web site with more than 1000 online publications is at http://www.nap.edu/.
Please feel free to link back. Thanks.
National Academy Press
National Academy of Sciences
|Date:||Tue, 13 Aug 1996 12:21:36|
You were one of Planet Science's Sites of the Day on 28 July. Planet Science is the award-winning online voice of the world's leading science and technology news weekly, New Scientist.
To visit the page where you appeared, you need to register - free - through our main page.
Don't forget to enjoy the rest of our site - Planet Science provides the latest news of scientific and technological developments worldwide, together with book reviews and explanations of everyday scientific phenomena.
We would appreciate you linking back to Planet Science from your site - please tell us if you do. If you want to include a logo with our link, we have one you can use at http://www.newscientist.com/logos/site.gifOnce again, congratulations, and keep up the good work!
|Date:||Thu, 04 Dec 1997 21:50:10 +1100|
The CTK website is the richest mathematical resource I have ever used, web-based or otherwise. I want to congratulate you, and thank you for the time and effort you have put into this site.
This praise doesn't come lightly. I am a high school maths teacher who is a bit of a maths internet junky - I belong to a number of maths education mailing lists, read mathematical newsgroups and visit every mathematical website I find out about (and even maintain a few mathematical websites myself - see sig file). I have visited a very large number of mathematical websites over the past few years, so my opinion is founded on a reasonably large knowledge base.
I'm curious, how do you find the time to develop such a wonderful site?
|Rex Boggs||| Floor 19, MST Unit|
|1997 Raybould Tutorial Fellow||| Education Queensland|
|| Education House|
|email@example.com||| 30 Mary St|
|| Brisbane QLD Australia|
"Make your maths lessons rich, make them ten times more rich"
|Date:||Tue, 07 Jul 1998 09:20:58 -0400|
Congratulations! A link to your website has been added to Hop To It: Your remote control to the Internet at:
Your site was chosen for it's rich, family friendly content, the ease of navigation throughout, and it's great format.
Hop To It was designed to be a starting point for your Internet journeys. Directories like Yahoo or AltaVista, that aspire to catalog the entire Internet, have grown cumbersome. You can click forever and still not find what you want. You can search by keywords, but you get a thousand suggestions. The one you want might be number 853. Hop To It offers a variety of the very best sites listed by catagory, or searched by keyword. Three clicks and you're there. If you still don't find what you are looking for, a half-dozen search engines are listed on the menu bar and you can search the entire web.
Again, congratulations. Together we can connect more people to the best websites!
|Subject:||Links2Go Key Resource Award|
|Date:||Mon 11/9/98 8:51 PM|
Congratulations! Your page: http://www.maa.org/editorial/knot/memes.html has been selected to receive a Links2Go Key Resource award in the Java Applets topic!
The Links2Go Key Resource award is both exclusive and objective. Fewer than one page in one thousand will ever be selected for inclusion. Further, unlike most awards that rely on the subjective opinion of "experts," many of whom have only looked at tens or hundreds of thousands of pages in bestowing their awards, the Links2Go Key Resource award is completely objective and is based on an analysis of millions of web pages. During the course of our analysis, we identify which links are most representative of each of the thousands of topics in Links2Go, based on how actual page authors, like yourself, index and organize links on their pages. In fact, the Key Resource award is so exclusive, even we don't qualify for it (yet ;)!
Please visit: http://www.links2go.com/award/Java_Applets
to find out more about this award, and to download graphics if you wish to display this award on your page.
Once again, congratulations on your award!
|Subject:||Cut-the-Knot makes our Top 10!|
|Date:||Fri, 08 Oct 2000 09:48:35 +0000|
|From:||Learning in Motion|
Your ³Cut-the-Knot² site is featured in the October issue of the ³Top 10 Educational Sites on the World-Wide Web.² Learning in Motion publishes the Monthly Top 10 List on our Web Site for educators and students who are interested in integrating the Internet with their schoolwork.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
|Subject:||Congratulations! Your Web site has been awarded the Web Feet Seal of Approval!|
|Date:||Fri, 19 Nov 99 17:34:29 CST|
Congratulations! Your Web site has received the Web Feet Seal of Approval and will appear in Web Feet: The Internet Traveler's Desk Reference. Web Feet is the premier subject guide to the best Web sites for students, researchers, and the general public and is the first comprehensive Web guide that is interactive and updated monthly.
Web Feet is expanding at a rate of 100 sites a month and is revised and updated on an ongoing basis.
A site is included in Web Feet only if our researchers think it is an outstanding site in its subject area. The Web Feet Seal of Approval tells teachers, librarians, parents, and students that your site is especially valuable for research, teaching, or general interest. Please download this seal and display it on your site. Versions in html and gif format are attached.
If your site moves or undergoes significant changes in content, please let us know as soon as possible so that we can advise our readers.
For more information on Web Feet, visit the Rock Hill Press Web site at http://www.rockhillpress.com. Please call me at 1-888-ROCKHILL if you have any questions.
|Subject:||Britannica Presents Internet Guide Awards|
|Date:||Mon, 31 Jan 2000 19:30:50 MST|
Britannica.com is contacting you because our editors have selected your site as one of the best on the Internet when reviewed for quality, accuracy of content, presentation and usability.
As a result, we would like to offer you the opportunity to join in the launch of our new link exchange program. This program will give you and other top quality sites the opportunity to add a Britannica search box to your site and thereby provide your users with direct access to Britannica’s awarding-winning content, including the trusted and authoritative Encyclopaedia Britannica.
The search box will be accompanied by an award, which will tell visitors to your site that Britannica editors have rated one of the most valuable and reliable on the Internet, in the company of an elite group of Web sites. You can choose to use the search box, the award or both. Most importantly, because each will open another browser window, your users will never have to leave your site to access Britannica content.
We know quality is always difficult to accomplish and maintain. Congratulations on being a selected member of the Britannica Internet Guide. We look forward to our growing association in the future. If you have any further questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Staff at Britannica.com
|Subject:||Cut-the-Knot has Won an Award|
|Date:||Thu, 13 Apr 2000 14:38:29 EDT|
|From:||300 Incredible Things to Learn on the Internet!|
Congratulations! We just wanted to let you know that your site is one of the Incredible sites featured in our new book "300 Incredible Things To Learn On The Internet" by Robyn Freedman Spizman and Ken Leebow. It's already selling very well on Amazon.com!
This book is the newest addition to the popular "300 Incredible" series of books, which has sold over a MILLION copies. So pat yourself on the back! For more information on the book and to pick up a "We're Featured Award" icon to post on your site so that everyone knows we think you're incredible, please visit:
You can also learn more about Consumer Reporter Robyn Spizman by visiting www.RobynSpizman.com. Robyn and Ken will be promoting this book throughout the country, and we look forward to visiting your site and recommending it often! Way to go!
PS - Let us know if you post our award and thank you very much for making the Internet INCREDIBLE!
Robyn Spizman and Ken Leebow
Authors of "300 Incredible Things To Learn On The Internet"
|Subject:||Games and Puzzles Featured on HomeworkSpot.com|
|Date:||Tue, 12 Sep 2000 11:18:40 -0600|
Congratulations! Games and Puzzles has been featured on HomeworkSpot.com (http://www.homeworkspot.com), a new educational Web site that simplifies the search for the best free online K-12 homework resources. You may have heard of our sister site LibrarySpot.com, recipient of more than 30 awards and honors including "Best Reference Site" from Forbes.com and a "Top 100 Web Site" from PC Magazine.
The HomeworkSpot editorial team has scoured the Web for the very best educational sites, and found yours to be a top-notch tool for students, parents and teachers. In fact, your site has been featured in several areas of HomeworkSpot including the Middle School Math section. When you have time, we hope you'll explore this powerful new resource.
HomeworkSpot.com simplifies the search for homework help, including subject-specific resources for English, math, science, social studies, art, music, technology, foreign language, health and more. Sites are organized by grade level. The site also features a top-notch reference center, current events, virtual field trips and expeditions, extracurricular activities and study breaks, parent and teacher resources, and much more. If you provide your visitors with links to homework sites, please consider adding HomeworkSpot.com
Again, congrats on a great site!
|Date:||Mon, 19 Feb 2001 18:59:14 -0500|
Your website, https://www.cut-the-knot.com/arithmetic/WProblem.shtml, has been selected as a featured site in Lightspan's StudyWeb® as one of the best educational resources on the Web by our researchers. You will be able to view it in our Professional Development : Teaching Resources : Collaborative Activities : Mathematics : Word Problems section very soon.
StudyWeb® is one of the Internet's premier sites for educational resources for students and teachers. Since 1996, our expert reviewers have scoured the Internet to select only the finest sites to be included in StudyWeb's listing of educational links. Each site in StudyWeb® includes a detailed review describing its editorial and visual merits.
If you are unfamiliar with StudyWeb®, please check us out at: http://www.studyweb.com/
Inclusion in StudyWeb® will increase your exposure and attract new visitors to your site; our reviews have been featured in Yahoos Education Web Directories, Webcrawler Select, The Lycos Top 5%, Education World and many others, and StudyWeb® updates are provided to media and educational resources around the world.
Thanks -- and again, congratulations!
Director of Educational Research
StudyWeb®, Division of Lightspan, Inc.
|Subject:||The NCTM Illuminations Web Site|
|Date:||Tue, 25 Sep 2001 13:57:16 -0400|
Dear Cut the Knot:
We have uniquely highlighted your site in our SWR section by using an icon derived from images on your site. In the near future the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics will be producing and selling a CD version of the Illuminations web site, which will include your site as an SWR. Please complete and return the brief icon-use permission form below by October 5, 2001. Also, please let us know if you have a different icon that you would like us to use or if for some reason you would rather not be listed as an Illuminations Selected Web Resource on the web site or the CD.
Congratulations on creating a great education site that is useful for mathematics teachers.
Eric Hart, Illuminations Director
Gary Martin, Illuminations SWR Section Leader
|Subject:||Online Educational Resources|
|Date:||Wed, 07 Nov 2001 09:30:27 -0600|
Your education resource located at https://www.cut-the-knot.com/content.shtml has been linked to from the IDEAS Portal Web Site. IDEAS is a searchable database of high quality education resources for Wisconsin's PK-16 education community to access. When these resources are viewed, you are given credit as the creator. Thank you for providing this resource!
If you have any questions, please go to http://ideas.wisconsin.edu to see the web site or contact us.
Thank you for your committment to high quality education.
IDEAS Project Director
|Subject:||EDITOR'S CHOICE AWARD from the Awesome Library|
|Date:||Sun, 17 Mar 2002 23:06:57 -0800|
|From:||R. Jerry Adams, Ph.D.|
Congratulations! Your site has been selected for an Editor's Choice Award from the Awesome Library, a collection of the top 5% of sites in the field of K-12 education. To find the link, go to http://www.awesomelibrary.org/ and search for the words: math bogomolny
In order to be included in the Awesome Library, a site must meet the standards and criteria presented on our Ratings page: http://www.awesomelibrary.org/ratings.html. Because the Awesome Library only includes the very best sites, it has been rated as the top resource for "k-12 education" in many of the popular search engines, such as Google, Alta Vista, Direct Hit, Lycos, Ask Jeeves, MSN, Excite, Infoseek (Go Network), Inference, Northern Light, and GoTo.com.
I wish to thank you, on behalf of teachers, students, parents, and librarians everywhere, for making your carefully developed resource available.
R. Jerry Adams, Ph.D.
Evaluation and Development Institute
|Subject:||You have been chosen as a Scout Report Selection|
|Date:||Tue, 09 Jul 2002 22:04:15 -0500|
|From:||Internet Scout Project|
The Internet Scout Project has selected your site--Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles--for inclusion in the National Science Digital Library Report for Math, Engineering, and Technology (July 5, 2002), https://www.cut-the-knot.com/. The report is a biweekly current awareness publication that highlights new and newly discovered Internet resources in these areas. We take care to cover only the most useful resources, considering the depth of content, the authority of the source, and how well the information is maintained and presented. For more information on our selection criteria, visit our site: http://scout.cs.wisc.edu.
Please let us know if your URL changes in the future so that we can update our database.
The Internet Scout Project is an NSF- and Mellon-sponsored organization based in the Department of Computer Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Internet Scout Project
|Subject:||The Teacher List: Cut The Knot Online Math Activities|
|Date:||Mon, 24 Mar 2003 06:25:20 -0700|
|To:|| The Teacher List |
Cut the Knot is an extensive collection of almost 350 online mathematics activities. There¹s something for everyone on this page!
Do you know an educator who would like to join The Teacher List?
Visit The Teacher List web site for more!
|Subject:||MERLOT Publicity release|
|Date:||Wed, 18 Aug 2004 10:26:33 -0400|
Dear MERLOT Award Winner:
The MERLOT Awards Program for Exemplary Online Learning Resources recognizes and promotes outstanding online resources designed to enhance teaching and learning and honors the authors and developers of these resources for their contributions to the academic community by conferring its MERLOT Classics and Editors' Choice Awards. The program began in 2002 sponsored, in part, by McGraw-Hill.
Each MERLOT editorial board selects an outstanding, peer-reviewed resource in its discipline to receive its annual MERLOT Classics award according to program criteria.
I have already asked you for a contact within your division/college to whom you want a letter send regarding your MERLOT award. These will be going out soon.
We also want to send a press release to your local campus. Could you please advise me of the contact information of the person to whom this should be directed?
Again, congratulations on your award. We want to spread the good news.
Cathy Owens Swift, Ph.D.
Professor of Marketing
Georgia Southern University
PO Box 8154
Statesboro, GA 30460-8154
I thought you might be interested to know that we have reviewed your site for educational relevance and usefulness and that our teacher reviewer panel have awarded your site a Highly Recommended rating. Schoolzone is the UK's leading evaluation service for online educational resources. We provide evaluations for the Government's ICT in Education partners, Becta, for example.
We link to your site via olympiads.win.tue.nl/imo/index.html in the Schoolzone webguide and it is on the basis of the content of this page that the site was reviewed. Should you wish add links to other pages or sites, please use http://www.schoolzone.co.uk/resources/webguide/addlink/ - any entries will be reviewed before they are published.
You may be interested to know that your website has a star-rating listed on Schoolzone's Webguide, awarded by our expert teacher review panel. The Webguide is one of the busiest sections of the site which has a readership of over 60,000 active registered users and 25,000 unique users every day (150 million page views per annum). We have sent 1,200,420 referrals to sites like yours this year so far.
Schoolzone.co.uk has recently been revamped, with new sections and services added for both teachers and clients. Myzone, for example, gives teachers a tailored view of content so that they don't have to search for interesting, relevant items, giving them further opportunities to find your site.
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