### From the Backlog 2010

Thursday, February 21st, 2013 | Author: Konrad Voelkel

I have to admit that I try to read more than I actually do, in particular blog posts. In this post I give you some links from 2010 that I ~~now read~~ skimmed a few weeks ago and found to be fresh enough to be shared again.

- Eric Peterson on Devinatz-Hopkins-Smith (at Chromotopy)
- Matt Noonan asks what Weierstrass points look like (on MathOverflow)
- Lieven Le Bruyn explains Lambda-rings for formula-phobics (at the bourbaki code)
- Eric Peterson gave Two talks at Berkeley about the appearance of formal varieties in algebraic topology (at Chromotopy)
- Eric Peterson about Eilenberg-Mac Lane spaces in the chromatic picture (at Chromotopy)
- Eric peterson about Complex orientations and the Steenrod algebra (at Chromotopy)
- Mark Grant asks for applications of sheaf theory to the computation of invariants of LS-category type (at MathOverflow)
- Eric Peterson explains what Witt vectors are (at Chromotopy)
- Lieven Le Bruyn shared a list of 2010 MathOverflow bookmarks (at the bourbaki code)
- Sean Tilson asks about integral cohomology (stable) operations (at MathOverflow)