Mathblog.com is committed to fostering an appreciation for the aesthetic value of mathematics at all levels. In 2007, Antonio Cangiano, who worked for IBM as a Software Developer and Technical Evangelist in the company’s Analytics Emerging Technologies unit, discovered something interesting. It was born out of his enthusiasm for mathematics and began as a personal blog. However, due to its early success, the site is now accepting entries from the general public and contributions from guest writers.
Their long-term objective is to make it a central location for those who want to post mathematical papers on the web that are high-quality, interesting, and simple to understand.