\(\LaTeX\) Equations in WordPress using MathJax

I came accross this great tool for displaying mathematical equations the other day. MathJax not only supports \(\LaTeX\) syntax but also renders the equations as pure text, so no unsightly images and they scale beautifully. You can also right click on the equation and see it’s \(\LaTeX\) code. The code for MathJax is open source,… Continue reading \(\LaTeX\) Equations in WordPress using MathJax

\(\LaTeX\) Equations in WordPress using MathJax

I came accross this great tool for displaying mathematical equations the other day. MathJax not only supports \(\LaTeX\) syntax but also renders the equations as pure text, so no unsightly images and they scale beautifully. You can also right click on the equation and see it’s \(\LaTeX\) code. The code for MathJax is open source,… Continue reading \(\LaTeX\) Equations in WordPress using MathJax

\(\LaTeX\) Equations in WordPress using MathJax

I came accross this great tool for displaying mathematical equations the other day. MathJax not only supports \(\LaTeX\) syntax but also renders the equations as pure text, so no unsightly images and they scale beautifully. You can also right click on the equation and see it’s \(\LaTeX\) code. The code for MathJax is open source,… Continue reading \(\LaTeX\) Equations in WordPress using MathJax

Debugging of Pathfinder Rovers

Jeff Waugh @jdub tweeted an interesting article about how the previous Mars rovers turned out to have a fairly serious software problem, and how the JPL engineers diagnosed and fixed it. Some of the points I found particularly interesting: JPL use a propriety, off the shelf operating system to run the rovers (VxWorks) having a… Continue reading Debugging of Pathfinder Rovers

Curiosity Rover about to land on Mars

Brendan sent a reminder that Mars Curiosity Rover is about to land. To get in the spirit you can: Follow @MarsCuriosity on twitter. Check out JPL’s mars rover site See some great photos of the construction and launch of the rover Watch the Curiosity’s Seven Minutes of Terror

Flipping the mouse wheel scroll direction in Windows 7

I have been getting very confused between the mouse wheel scroll directions in Windows 7 and Mac OS X Lion. As I consider OS X to be the future, I decided to try and flip the mouse wheel scroll direction in Windows. Turns out there is a registry setting to do this: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\HID\????\????\Device Parameters Set… Continue reading Flipping the mouse wheel scroll direction in Windows 7