I am moving my blog Mathematics under the Microscope from Blogger to WordPress, for sake of . The picture in the header is for testing purposes, I’ll replace it with something more suitable.

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Atomic objects, structures and concepts of mathematics

Posted by: **Alexandre Borovik** | March 30, 2008
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I am moving my blog Mathematics under the Microscope from Blogger to WordPress, for sake of . The picture in the header is for testing purposes, I’ll replace it with something more suitable.

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Is allowed in comments?

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Steveon March 30, 2008at 2:11 pm

Clearly it is!

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Steveon March 30, 2008at 2:15 pm

Welcome! Now we just need to get Isabel over here.

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John Armstrongon March 30, 2008at 4:05 pm

it seems that the old blog is hosted on the site of your employer, so it could have been possible to tell them to install WordPress blog engine locally…

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Dimaon March 31, 2008at 5:06 am

A good point. But our IT people are so overloaded that I would not dare approach them with a whimsy.

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Alexandre Borovikon March 31, 2008at 7:16 am

I’m fairly sure that wordpress can import from blogger, so will you be importing the old posts, or starting afresh?

I once considered moving to wordpress, but math isn’t a major feature on my blog, so I figured I can just upload images of LaTeX I make locally if the need should arise. I’m sure this will be much more convenient for you, though, so I wish you luck.

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Tracy Poffon March 31, 2008at 8:29 am

not an unmixed blessing;

they take random liberties with one’s code.

still, i suppose i’ve been pretty satisfied–

certainly no worse than i expected …

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vlorbikon March 31, 2008at 5:44 pm

or you can just hot link them…

like mathtran.com

or even steal wordpress’s bandwidth

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Mgcclon March 31, 2008at 10:39 pm

I thought I recognised the name! How many of us from Manchester are there in the maths blogsphere?

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Mikeon April 1, 2008at 5:49 pm

ooh, I’m excited, I’m a bit scared that there is no preview button for the \LaTeX ,

But let’s try anyway

\forall x\in \mathbb{R}-\{0\}\; \exists y\in \mathbb{R}-\{0\}: x\times y=1

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Antonyon September 5, 2008at 8:10 am

is there something I’m not doing?

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Antonyon September 5, 2008at 8:11 am

Enclose the formula in dollar signs:

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Alexandre Borovikon September 5, 2008at 8:14 am

The first dollar signs should be followed by latex: .

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Alexandre Borovikon September 5, 2008at 8:15 am