My Philosophy of EducationBy Kirby UrnerMarch 4, 2002 The teaching is to the teacher, and comes back most to him.  Walt Whitman  
Since at least the 1990s, when the first graphical web browsers became freely available, and web sites began to proliferate at an exponential rate, the set of communication technologies has expanded, presenting more opportunities and, of course, more to learn.  
In the 1970s, calculators replaced slide rules as an essential and portable computing technology, and, because of their relative ease of use, were picked up by very young students. This trend generated a lot of controversy because overdependence on calculators left many treating even basic arithmetic operations as mysterious black boxes, about which they had little insight or intuitive grasp. 
Fig 1: Stella Octangula (POVRay) 
This web site is about integrating studies in mathematics with communications skills, particularly those relevant to participating in communities having a presence in cyberspace. 
Fig. 2: Sine Waves (POVRay) 

