Pages tagged latex:
Anyone who works with LaTeX knows how time-consuming it can be to find a symbol in symbols-a4.pdf that you just can't memorize. Detexify is an attempt to simplify this search.
LaTeX handwritten symbol recognition
super neato
Gives Latex syntax for characters by hand-drawing them.

http://d.hatena.ne.jp/Hash/20090914/word2tex
MathJax
http://www.mathjax.org/
LaTeX and MathML math notation in HTML pages
MathJax is an open source, Ajax-based math display solution designed with a goal of consolidating advances in many web technologies in a single definitive math-on-the-web platform supporting all major browsers.
‘MathJax is an open source, Ajax-based math display solution designed with a goal of consolidating advances in many web technologies in a single definitive math-on-the-web platform supporting all major browsers.’
High-quality display of LaTeX and MathML math notation in HTML pages
Ask reddit: What LaTeX resume template do you use? : programming
http://www.reddit.com/r/programming/comments/7py77/ask_reddit_what_latex_resume_template_do_you_use/
LaTeX Lab - Welcome
http://docs.latexlab.org/
LaTeX with GoogleDocs.
RT @syzipus: 구글 docs와 latex의 결합. ipad 구매가 더욱 당긴다. 이런 서비스를 생각해 보았는데 구글에서 결국 내놓았구나. http://docs.latexlab.org/ #LaTex #google
latex-lab - Project Hosting on Google Code
http://code.google.com/p/latex-lab/
"LaTeX Lab is an open source implementation of a web based LaTeX editor for Google Docs."
RT @t_hayashi: というか Google によるオンライン版 LaTeX がプレヴューリリースされてた！http://bit.ly/9EpB2D
Doug Hellmann: Writing Technical Documentation with Sphinx, Paver, and Cog
http://blog.doughellmann.com/2009/02/writing-technical-documentation-with.html
Writing Technical Documentation with Sphinx, Paver, and Cog.
I knew in the back of my mind that Doug Hellman had a sphinx workflow for his blog posts. Now, how did I not notice how close it was to my needs? Includes lots of tasty tips for tweaking output etc
"Writing Technical Documentation with Sphinx, Paver, and Cog I've been working on the Python Module of the Week series since March of 2007. During the course of the project, my article style and tool chain have both evolved. I now have a fairly smooth production process in place, so the mechanics of producing a new post don't get in the way of the actual research and writing. Most of the tools are open source, so I thought I would describe the process I go through and how the tools work together."
3 shell scripts: Kill weasel words, avoid the passive, eliminate duplicates
http://matt.might.net/articles/shell-scripts-for-passive-voice-weasel-words-duplicates/
Even in this example, I personally have no problem with using we.
#!/bin/bash weasels="many|various|very|fairly|several|extremely\ |exceedingly|quite|remarkably|few|surprisingly\ |mostly|largely|huge|tiny|((are|is) a number)\ |excellent|interestingly|significantly\ |substantially|clearly|vast|relatively|completely" wordfile="" # Check for an alternate weasel file if [ -f $HOME/etc/words/weasels ]; then wordfile="$HOME/etc/words/weasels" fi if [ -f $WORDSDIR/weasels ]; then wordfile="$WORDSDIR/weasels" fi if [ -f words/weasels ]; then wordfile="words/weasels" fi if [ ! "$wordfile" = "" ]; then weasels="xyzabc123"; for w in cat$wordfile; do weasels="$weasels|$w" done fi if [ "$1" = "" ]; then echo "usage: basename$0 <file> ..." exit fi egrep -i -n --color "\\b($weasels)\\b"$* exit \$?
Kill weasel words, avoid the passive, eliminate duplicates