**Wow, these last few days were crazy! Real Not Complex got a lot of attention and I got some amazing feedback from you. Perhaps I will write a bit more about that soon, but for now, let's get back to work and make the website even better.**

Thanks to you guys, I now have a looooong list of resources I need to go through to include them on the website. I definitely won't be able to add them all at once, but I will be adding them relatively often, in small batches.

And the first batch is today, so let's see what is new on the website.

I have added two YouTube channels which were recommended to me over and over again:

- Professor Leonards lectures on Calculus and Differential Equations
- 3Blue1Brown has obviously amazing content. I included his playlists on Linear Algebra and Calculus.

I was recommended crazy number of free Abstract Algebra resources. I added 4 new textbooks:

*Basic Algebra*and*Advanced Algebra*by Anthony W. Knapp*Abstract Algebra*by Justin R. Smith*A Friendly Introduction to Abstract Algebra*by Emma Norbrothen Wright. I love the encouraging title!

In Galois Theory section I have added lecture notes by Richard Koch.

*Axioms and Set Theory* by Robert Andre is a new addition in Set Theory section.

In Category Theory I was *twice* recommended to add the following books:

*Basic Category Theory*by Tom Leinster*Category Theory in Context*by Emily Riehl.

Number Theory has one addition:

*Olympiad Number Theory Through Challenging Problems* by Justin Stevens. Who is up for the challenge?

In Differential Geometry has now lecture notes by Richard Koch.

In Algebraic Geometry I have added textbooks:

*Introduction to Algebraic Geometry*by Justin R. Smith*Advanced Algebra*by Anthony W. Knapp. It already appeared in abstract algebra section, but it seems to have few chapters devoted to algebraic geometry as well.

I already have more resources in preparation, some of which seem to be highly anticipated...

But for now that's all. See you soon!