Warm greetings from the moderators, ladies and gentlemen of Brilliant. Here's the July edition of the newsletter, and we hope you'll enjoy reading this.
P.S. Light your fireworks, Americans! Feel the freedom!
The Brilliant homepage was re-designed to have the new "Problems of the Day." If you have any feedback, please take a look and comment at Sir Lin's note.
You can now effortlessly link a wiki page to your problem or note!
The iOS app has been released in mid-June, so all you Apple fans can now solve Brilliant problems in bed!
Also, you can find recently posted top solutions on problems. If you're into looking some inspiration on how a very good solution must be written, try to take a peek on it by going to the homepage.
With the thousands of problems being posted on Brilliant each month, the challenging ones prove what you can really do. How large can you make it?, Are you, like, a crazy person?, Calvin hates his Homework, and Moo are just some of the problems that trains our brains.
There are easy problems with a tiny twist. Mind your C's and D's, You're not a cat, stop playing with strings, and Loves comparing! are some problems that you need to read twice, lest being deceived by their words.
As time goes on, more and more people join the community, and a few of them are very active in contributing to the community by posting problems, solutions, wikis, notes, and pretty much everything else to the point that we should honor them as hardworking members. Let's give a round of applause to Majed Musleh, Galen Buhain, Arulx Z, Alex Li, Siddharth Bhatnagar, and Robin Plantey.
Give these members a big appreciation by clicking the "Follow" button!
These posts are on FAYAAAAAAH!
If you're looking for something that will make you brainstorm for a while, try this. Make sure to put an answer and an explanation!
A survey about your favorite mathematician is shared in this community. If you still haven't taken that survey yet, answer it here!
If you want to enjoy your time playing chess with other people online, or a really avid fan of chess, you're invited! See here for more details.
Our fellow member Agnishom has created a tool that can give you laughter or tears of joy... Try it out, and you'll find it fascinating.
So, I guess this ends this month's newsletter. Stay tuned for the next one!