- 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 aria-labels 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
- Privilege-based 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 TeX-to-HTML or TeX-to-ePUB 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+
- self-publishing, 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 come-to-me to the go-out-and-find-them
- 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 wordpress-for-scientists
- Formal proofs are our democracy
- Flat ultrafilters follow-up
- 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 P-points-- 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 P-points-- part 8
- Shelah's Model without P-points-- part 7
- Shelah's Model without P-points-- part 6
- Shelah's Model without P-points-- part 5
- Shelah's Model without P-points-- part 4
- Shelah's Model without P-points-- part 3
- Shelah's Model without P-points-- part 2
- Shelah's Model without P-points-- 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