A shameless plug for another blog written by my mother and with a weird mix of subjects since, up until now, there has been posts about:
war: with the transcription of a notebook belonging to one of my ancestors who took part in World War I
cross-stitch that my mother pratices from time to time
If you read french, go have a look at the
MathJax allows writing equations directly in
LaTeX or in MathML and renders them either in MathML in browser that supports it or with more common elements of HTML and CSS.
It is used notably by the
CERN, several sites of StackExchange, and friends. It’s also supported by the AMS and the IEEE.
What’s more this is somehow the successor of
jsMath that I was using for my little experiment in literate programming. And since Sphinx now has a plugin for it, I’ve just updated my literate musing pages (refreshing the theme at the same time to a get a lighter and hopefully more readable display).
A quick post to celebrate the online availability of my PhD thesis !
Whatever its (lame) scientific significance, this will remain the very first book I’ve ever written, and, what’s more one that took me 3 years of hard work to gather its content.
After waiting 3 more years for it to come out the “confidential” closet in which it had been put, this is afterall a nice occasion to rejoice.
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This week-end I went to visit the
Cernuschi museum (Paris) and discovered that they offered a new way to walk through their permanent collections, suggesting visitors to pay more attentions to the representations of animals on all kind of objects coming from historical China.
That was a good way to re-discover the museum as well as some objects and painting that are usually keept in the museum’s reserve.
A recommended visit, so much so that I will surely go back there a couple of times in the weeks to come.