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I did a little editing of David Tanzer's nice article
I changed a bunch of chemical names like
H<sub>2</sub>O, using HTML to produce subscripts.
I changed a bunch of Greek letters like
Γ, again using HTML.
Similarly, I changed a bunch of appearances of
I prefer math to be written in TeX on my blog, so I'll try to persuade David to do that. But something less negotiable is that the blog uses HTML and does not use Markdown, while the wiki uses both... so blog articles should be written on the wiki using HTML, as explained here:
I urge everyone who wants to write articles for the Azimuth blog to read this! Of course I don't mind doing a certain amount of formatting and polishing... I spend a lot of time doing that... but it will make my job easier if people use HTML rather than Markdown to format things like boldface, italics, section headers, etc.
If you don't know HTML, the easiest way to learn what you need is to go to an existing blog article on the wiki and click 'Source' on the bottom to see how things are done. This is also a decent way to learn TeX.