I'm unusual. Most people would agree with me on that point. One of my unusual traits is that I actually like maths. In fact, I'm very passionate about the subject. I could easy go on at you for hours about some obscure mathematical theories. Well, to save you this living torture, I've instead organised my maths onto my website. That way, I can quite happily know that it's there, available for anyone to use, and you can quite happily ignore it completely. Cunning, huh? Here's how I want to organise things around here:

- Lessons in Maths: I'd like to organise the bulk of mathematical learning into a series of tutorials suitable for most levels of mathematical learning. They would be (I hope) easily understandable and should cover students' learning even up to university level. As yet, I haven't even started writing these tutorials. If there's any topic in particular that you'd like me to tackle, then drop me a line and I'll get right on it. I'm also willing to enter into one-on-one personal correspondence with people if they think they really need the help.

- Personal Studies: This is the maths that I've constructed on my own in my spare time. Most of what I know, I've been taught at various levels or I've read in books. This stuff, however, is all self-taught without the benefit of a textbook. I recommend that only those people interested in mathematics should go into this stuff. Most of it is actually fairly basic, but I'm wanting to present it in a fairly compact form, and not have to explain every single line.

As it is, I haven't actually done much for these pages yet, and there are only links to my personal work. But I will, one of these days, get around to shoving something more up here. And when I do, you can rest easily, safe in the knowledge that there exists some maths on the 'net that you can ignore entirely. Of course, this plan of mine is totally without any basis in the real world. See how far I got with the classics server? Guess how far I'll get in this. But one thing I *have* started on is some maths puzzles for a bit of fun.