
A MathJax extension for specifying the accessible name

Tech update

Using grid to split a table cell

Weeknote 2019/38

Weeknote 2019/37

Carnival of Math No. 173

Towards a general method for accessible content trees or: deep arialabels for equations revisited

Three interesting results from the AIM workshop

6 Thoughts on accessibility of equation layout

Booles' Rings is dead, long live Booles' Rings!

Experimenting with fractions for the web

Brace(s) yourself

A case study in mathematical content

Written elsewhere, booknet canada edition; Equations ≠ Math

2018 in preview

The problem with MathML as a web standard (part 4)

The problem with MathML as a web standard (part 3)

The problem with MathML as a web standard (part 2)

The problem with MathML as a web standard (part 1)

The fundamental problem of math on the web

Elusive semantics

Carnival of Math No. 146

Privilegebased Open Source

Experiments with ARIA in math rendering

overlay journals

A media query for MathML is pointless

Written elsewhere

Math on the web; time to step up!

Responses to "MathML is a failed web standard".

MathML is a failed web standard

Is MathML accessible?

The curious invisibility of MathML

MathJax font matching and pairing.

Some thoughts on Native MathML

So that took a while

Here we go again

Talking, really, about work

catch my post at the Wiley Exchanges blog

Looking back at my tiny blogging challenge

Bonus round; Why I care about native MathML

Why I care about MathML

#dotAstro FTW

On reading and writing and silence

LaTeX Something Something Darkside

LaTeX The Phantom Menace

Welcome to Westdeutschland

Tiny blogging challenge

It has not escaped our notice...

ASCIIMathML to the rescue

Browsers should be commodities

MathJax best practices; avoid display:none

Carnival of Mathematics 111

Just when I thought I was out

HEAR YE, HEAR YE! The Carnival of Math is in town

Red workbook, p15

Red workbook, p14

Red workbook, p13

Red workbook, p12

Red workbook, p11

Red workbook, p10

Red workbook, p9

Red workbook, p8

Red workbook, p7

Red workbook, p6

Red workbook, p5

Red workbook, p4

Red workbook, p3

Red workbook, p2

Red workbook, p1

How to publish all my research notes?

Home sweet home

This was goodbye

Another test post  image sharing

A quick test post  Jetpack connect edition

MathML Forges On  notes, AAP leftovers, and a summary

Thoughts on "the end (tm)" of MathML in Chrome/Chromium

Interview at Fidus Writer

Minor updates

Name 5 top journals you read...

I don't always use LaTeX, but when I do…

Another silly experiment; mobile apps for content delivery

Publishers should invest in browser development (a comment at the scholarly kitchen)

kids, exponential growth and 42

Why academic societies should start fully fledged social networks

New shiny toy; mathblogging.org gets a long overdue update

3 questions in June or; LoC workshops are the best

How to include MathJax in an epub3 file to work with iBooks (and possibly others)

JMM 2013

What's the best TeXtoHTML or TeXtoePUB converter?

The Forum of Mathematics, blessing or curse?

Happy 2nd Birthday, Mathblogging.org or My 136 favorite mathematical blogs

n things a set theorist should have done at least once

A virtual Kaffehaus on g+

selfpublishing, the academic community and LaTeX fanboyism  a comment at Devlin's Angle

Has it really been a year?

Where was I?

11 dreams for the publishing debate, the complete version

11 dreams for the publishing debate — #11 a democratization of the communities

11 dreams for the publishing debate — #10 from cometome to the gooutandfindthem

11 dreams for the publishing debate — #9 propagating the Shelah Model

11 dreams for the publishing debate — #8 a cultural change of doing research (and metrics for it)

11 dreams for the publishing debate — #7 an affordable open access model

11 dreams for the publishing debate — #6 publishing in smaller increments

11 dreams for the publishing debate — #5 sharing all our work every way we can

11 dreams for the publishing debate — #4 get real credit for communicating

11 dreams for the publishing debate — #3 get real credit for refereeing

11 dreams for the publishing debate  #2 get real credit for surveys and exposition

11 dreams for the publishing debate  #1 fewer papers

Waiting for the Polymath revolution  thoughts from a bystander

yay, I'm an editor at ScienceSeeker.org

state of foundational research

Rapid idempotent ultrafilters

One day in Colorado or Strongly summable ultrafilters are rapid

Prelude to a small experiment

If you build it, will they come?

A comment on Tim Gowers's blog

Groups in \beta \mathbb{N}

Mostly, I'm a terrible speaker

Live blogging from #scio12

After the common room, how about the seminar room?

Representing Booles' Rings at Science Online 2012

Hanging out with Sam

The recent publishing debate  the IMU's blog continues

The recent publishing debate  The economic power of publishers

The recent publishing debate  Nisan's posts

The recent publishing debate  a timeline

The single greatest influence

Idempotent Ultrafilters, an introduction (Michigan Logic Seminar Nov 09, 2011)

epub, mathjax and the iPad  another attempt

Grigorieff forcing collapsing the continuum

A posting on wordpressforscientists

Formal proofs are our democracy

Flat ultrafilters followup

Flat Ultrafilters (Michigan Logic Seminar Sept 21, 2011)

Hindman’s Theorem, partial semigroups and some of my most lacking intuitions (part 7)

Hindman’s Theorem, partial semigroups and some of my most lacking intuitions (part 6)

Hindman’s Theorem, partial semigroups and some of my most lacking intuitions (part 5)

Hindman's Theorem, partial semigroups and some of my most lacking intuitions (part 4)

Hindman’s Theorem, partial semigroups and some of my most lacking intuitions (part 3)

Hindman’s Theorem, partial semigroups and some of my most lacking intuitions (part 2)

Hindman's Theorem, partial semigroups and some of my most lacking intuitions (part 1)

What's in a name

A short reflection on google+

Wordpress in a VM

About page for Booles' Rings

Why markdown, not \rm\LaTeX?

And now the continuation...

Shelah's Model without Ppoints part 9

The Mathematician's Homepage — can it be more?

Dear Keith Devlin

Why I back Relatively Prime

Epub and mathematics

Shelah's Model without Ppoints, part 8

Shelah's Model without Ppoints, part 7

Shelah's Model without Ppoints, part 6

Shelah's Model without Ppoints, part 5

Shelah's Model without Ppoints, part 4

Shelah's Model without Ppoints, part 3

Shelah's Model without Ppoints, part 2

Shelah's Model without Ppoints, part 1

What a day

Young Set Theory Workshop 2011

gender discussion at quomodocumque

Punkmath, annotatr and gender discussions

Outage at mathblogging.org

Eternal preliminaries part 3, the problem of extending partial semigroups

In case you read this

Saturday morning math blogs

Eternal preliminaries part 2, filters and ultrafilters

The candy stores of academia

Introducing mathblogging.org

Preprint 'On union ultrafilters'

Small update

Eternal preliminaries part 1, semigroups and such

The single most important subject

Tiddlywiki or the end of my LaTeX notes

GAIN another retrospective

Live broadcast on the web or why you should never have to miss a talk again

GAIN conference retrospectively conclusion

GAIN conference retrospectively Day 3

GAIN conference retrospectively Day 2

GAIN conference retrospectively end of Day 1

GAIN conference retrospectively Day 1

A comment at Gobbledygook on evaluating science

Supervisor Precognition

Now why did I throw this away?

Return to bloglife

A small website update

A virtual visit to Prague

Preprint 'On strongly summable ultrafilters'

BLAST 2010 chalk slides

BLAST 2010, post scriptum

BLAST 2010, first impressions

Why there is need to train bad mathematicians

Beautiful Prezi and more

Mathematics in Newspapers (Germany vs USA)

YSTN first look

Young Set Theorists Network starting

New "What is…?" Videos

Van Douwen spaces

Understanding the Central Sets Theorem

Welcome! (again)

The end is near

Research notes — Welcome to Ann Arbor

Other lazy people

Tools for your online collaboration

What is…? Seminar new videos

Good news, bad news

Matrices vs. idempotent ultrafilters part 2.5

Matrices vs. idempotent ultrafilters part 2

Working on the workflow

Matrices vs. idempotent ultrafilters

Gedankenfetzen nach einer Diskussion zum Lehramtsstudium

Testing MathML

Welcome