Normed Trek (Mathematical Intelligencer, 2014) was my first published story (excluding some in my secondary school magazine). It was written right after my Engineering Maths II final exam, and it is Star Trek meets Alice in Wonderland meets Flatland type of thing.
The Cantor Trilogy(Journal of Humanistic Mathematics, 2015) was my second published story: it was also submitted to Mathematical Intelligencer, but the reviewer there found it more suitable for Journal of Humanistic Mathematics: the story featured a strikingly similar journal name in it: Journal of Human Mathematics (I had no clue of JHM’s existence at that point). And that’s how this story ended up in the Journal of Humanistic Mathematics and how I started reading JHM.
Marš za nauku: Marš za sve i marš ni za koga (March for Science: March for everyone and a march for no one, Prometej, April 14th, 2017) was a text inspired by March for Science and a call for the people of Sarajevo to join our March.
Science to Noise Ratio (TEDxIBU, March 2017) was my TEDx talk about the idea of using science and philosophy of science as a weapon against fake news. This is still a topic I’m very much interested in both nonfictional and fictional way.
Antifeuilleton series (Gonit Sora, 2015-2016) was a series of 10 articles about different topics in mathematics and physics inspired by Hermann Hesse’s Glasperlenspiel.
My Quora profile (2014-2017) contains more than a thousand answers I wrote to different questions on Quora. Topics I write about include films, literature, mathematics, physics, engineering, languages, etymology and history of former Yugoslavia.
BiH u trci s Mjesecom za 4G mrežu(Bosnia & Herzegovina and the Moon in the race to 4G, March 24th, 2018) was Mario Pejovicćs article about 4G mobile network prospects in Bosnia and Herzegovina. I answered a few questions there.
Tehnologija nas je učinila ranjivijima (Technology made us more vulnerable, Al Jazeera Balkans, Jauary 13th, 2018) was Mario Pejovic’s article about Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities. I answered a few questions there.