This is the very first edition of the moderator newsletter. Due to lack of time and sources, and due to it's being first ever, this edition is a bit short. If you have any jokes, quotes, puzzles, or any interesting thing you think will be liked in the newsletter, or any feedback, you can do so by mailing at .
Over the past couple of months or so, we've had many changes in Brilliant. I'd like to throw light on some of them. The most important and probably the best of them was the introduction of Wikis. Brilliant was only for problems? No more! With the Wikis' getting better and better day-by-day, they're becoming a really nice way to learn. Forget Books!
We've also had the introduction of a very important feature that has been wanted for a long time - the notifications feature! Now you can know at a click if someone followed you, or your problem got reshared.
As always, we've had some amazing problems here, which were both challenging, and amazing. I would like to feature some of them here, if you somehow didn't face them-
e have seen a lot of new people over the past few month, who have been really active and deserve recognition and a word of thanks. We wish that they will continue helping the community and will get lots of love from the same. Here are their names: Jack Rawlin, Robert Haywood, Math Philic, Vishal S, Anna Anant, Sudoku Subbu, Azhaghu Roopesh M, andDanish Ahmed are some of the new members who have been very active in the very recent past, and are definitely worth following.
othing on Brilliant can ever be boring.
Daniel Liu recently found a very interesting Algebraic Identity:
And Kishlaya Jaiswal found an amazing new identity, which was an over-head bouncer to me. Well, it states:
ome new things going on, and some facts are as follows-
Omkar Kulkarni made a series of problems in Trigonometry, and is about to make a century! Oh Us!
The name of Sir Lin's cat is Grey, and so is "his" colour.
If you want to know about your Heart
You can take part in the on-going Valentines Day Themed Contest and get a chance to get to the top 5.
Visit for some cool Mathematical Jokes
Here's the most awaited WhoToFollow list. The members who have made to this list have been very active and deserve to be on the list. They are a sure WhoToFollow, and are always there to help the community. Here are the names, in no particular order:
A hearty congratulations to all those who could make to the list.
In the end, our Quotist, Jeremy Bansil, has a quote for us- Changing the world into a better place takes a long time to finish, but teaching everyone to change the world into a better place can only take a day.
That's all for this edition. Please let us know if you liked it, by liking it and resharing it. Again, I would love any feedback, jokes/riddles/quotes/etc for the next edition by mail at .