This blog is going down for a day or two (or perhaps the weekend) in order to move to a new home hosted by WordPress.com. They support LaTeX and I’ve decided to move the thing over there. It’ll take a few days for the domain redirection to catch up, so be forewarned.
The blog has now moved, and here is a test of the new embedded features:
At the risk of excess blog spam, I’ve enabled anonymous commenting for those who would prefer to comment without revealing themselves.
In the meantime, here is a pictorial description of my mood.
Link yoinked from Volokh. This brought to you by Meaningless Statistics LLC, where simple features with poor descriptive power are dressed up with fancy names.
Also, the link they give you on the site points to a site advertising cash advances, one of the most rapacious and terrible industries in our country, so if you use it, make sure to edit that part out of the HTML.
This is a test to see if I would want to move my original blog over here. We want, you see, some semblance of support. For example, here is the formula for a Gaussian density:
I’m contemplating moving this blog over to wordpress.com for hosting, since they have nice features such as built-in LaTeX. I’d probably pay for the domain redirect (you have to pay for that???). I realized that I’m not using the extra flexibility of an external host, so it seems silly to pay for that. Does anyone else have any opinions or comments on feasibility/ease/worth of migrating?
My esteemed colleague Alexandros Dimakis will be helping blog the 2007 Information Theory Workshop in Lake Tahoe (and maybe MMSP and other exciting things in the future). This should be exciting!