an argument for using the actual physical tools of geometry from 1000s of years, not only geometric algebra in classes, by a man who teaches at a K-12 design academy (or something like that)
It’s been a good long while since this particular project occupied my attention and focus. However, I’m currently motivated to finish it — or at least finish the nine pages that I already have outlined and planned. There are six more pages that are unplanned except for the margins, which means that I have a total of fifteen pages left to write, and maybe a card or panel to put in the pocket of the book, an afterword of sorts to explain the project a little better than I did at the beginning.
What project am I talking about? This one, the geometry book that I began a long time ago practically in a galaxy far, far away. In fact, from the earlier entries from 2013, I can tell that I was already about sixteen pages into it. Now, I’m thirty-seven pages into it, and I have fifteen left. I’m…
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