- Can LaTeX Profiles be
Rendered Adequately with Static CSS?
- Materials prepared for my talk at the 2014 annual meeting of
the TeX User Group (TUG) in Portland, Oregon.
- An Invitation to
the Proof of Fermat's Last “Theorem”
- Web slides (using MathML) for my talk at the University at Albany
undergraduate math club, March 24, 2011. This version of the slide
show uses MathJax; with
browsers that have full native support for MathML on platforms with
proper math fonts
this version may be
be a bit better. There is also a
print version (14 pages).
- LaTeX Profiles as Objects in the
“Category” of Markup Languages
- Materials prepared for my talk at the 32nd annual meeting of
TUG, San Francisco, June, 2010.
- The Importance of Good Source
- The web slides used with my talk for the MAA Session Publishing
Mathematics on the Web in the Joint Mathematics Meetings at
San Francisco, January, 2010.
- Multipurpose LaTeX-like Markup
- The web slides used with my talk for the AMS/MAA Special Presentation
Putting Math on the Web the Correct Way in the Joint Mathematics
Meetings at San Diego, January, 2008.
- Dual Presentation with Math
- Materials, as they become available, for my presentation at
the San Diego TUG meeting
in July, 2007.
- Generating Correct Mathematical Documents
- A slide show about the use
of GELLMU for writing mathematics that was presented locally in
September, 2001. It is stale in that it looks ahead to the availability
of translation to modern HTML with MathML – work that was completed
in September, 2004.
- TUG 2001, August 15, 2001
- GELLMU: A Bridge from LaTeX to XML
— slides and an article prepared for the Proceedings.
This also was written three years before translation to modern HTML
with MathML was available.
- Algebra Seminar, April 5, 2000
- A Reading of Karl Rubin's SUMO Web Slides
on congruent numbers and elliptic curves.
- Center for Technology in Government, March 9, 1999
Writing Documents for Tomorrow
— annotated web slides.