February 28, 2005

The wiki is lots of fun. Being able to edit the page you’re on, and freely create new pages by making new links, does seem to foster a new way of writing. It’ll be fun to see if any of my students catch on.

If you’re interested in typesetting manuscripts in LaTeX, you might be interested in the notes I wrote up this evening. One on page layout, and the other on proof trees. If you’re interested in playing around on the wiki, feel free. Start by looking at the recommendations on how to participate.


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