- Tim Gowers destroys and rebuilds mathematical publishing.
- Mosteller and Youtz randomize Mozart.
- The Open Graph Archive is trying to generate a community-built, openly accessible library of graphs.
- Eugenia Cheng on what mathematicians are talking about when they use the word “morally.”
- Philipp Habegger just proved that the field F obtained by adjoining to Q all torsion points of an elliptic curve E/Q has the
*Bogomolov property*; the logarithmic height of a non-torsion element of F^* is bounded away from 0. About a year ago I was going around asking a lot of people whether this was true, and no one knew; at some point I’ll write a longer blog entry explaining why I wanted to know.

## Math linkdump Nov 11

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“Tim Gowers destroys and rebuilds mathematical publishing.”

Yes, if you mean in the same way that a four year old destroys and rebuilds a lego castle — the result being a misshapen lopsided tower which doesn’t quite stand up on its own, and moreover is missing many of the original pieces which now don’t seem to go anywhere.