Jennifer Ouellette is a recovering English graduate who stumbled into science writing as a freelance writer in New York and found it was the perfect career for her. Jennifer's work has appeared in the Washington Post, Discover, Nature, Symmetry, Physics World and New Scientist. She maintains a general science-and-culture group blog called Cocktail Party Physics and blogs about physics and space science for Discovery News.
If, like me, you love the neatness of calculus but never
appreciated its applications or the colourful characters who have
used it through history, then these diaries are well worth a read.
* New Scientist *
I haven't had this much fun learning math since I watched the Count on Sesame Street when I was three. And the Count never talked about log flumes or zombies * The New York Times *