[OS X TeX] Mathematics in e-mail
John Nachbar
nachbar at wueconc.wustl.edu
Sat Nov 20 15:13:21 CET 2004
Take a look at Equation Service
http://www.esm.psu.edu/mac-tex/EquationService/
John
On Nov 20, 2004, at 8:00 AM, David Oliver wrote:
> I'm wondering how members of this list exchange informal e-mail
> messages that contain mathematical terms and expressions (rather than
> more formal documents such as papers which are usually exchanged as
> attachments). It would be attractive to be able in easily incorporate
> typeset TeX expressions into e-mail, but TeX's mark-up nature likely
> makes this a difficult and unnatural proposition. Are there any other
> strategies?
>
> Remarkably, I've often received mail with mathematical expressions
> written in TeX source mark up which are perfectly understandable to
> anyone conversant with TeX. Still, I yearn for typeset expression in
> my communications.
>
> What are your thoughts and ways of handling math in e-mail?
>
> David Oliver
>
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