I mostly write introductions to things I find interesting, for example

- Feynman's vector calculus trick — a less-known technique in vector calculus which lets you treat the derivative operator $\nabla$ like any other vector, and so apply standard identities to it.
- The geometric interpretation of entropy measures the 'volume' occupied by a random variable.
- Superdense coding uses entanglement to transmit two classical bits of information in a single qubit.

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I took part in Mug of Science 2021, where I had some great chats with scientists around Canberra, Australia. Check them out!.

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