More on Kindle Oriented LaTeX

I've been compiling $latex \LaTeX$ PDFs for the Kindle. If you like $latex \LaTeX$ typefaces, especially mathematical fonts, you'll love how they render on the Kindle. It's a good thing because you won't like the Kindle's cramped page dimensions. For simple flow-able text this isn't a big deal but for complex $latex \LaTeX$ documents it is! There are two … Continue reading More on Kindle Oriented LaTeX

Open Source Hilbert for the Kindle

While searching for free Kindle books I found Project Gutenberg. Project Gutenberg offers free Kindle books but they also have something better! Would you believe $latex \LaTeX$ source code for some mathematical classics. The best book I've found so far is an English translation of David Hilbert's Foundations of Geometry. Hilbert's Foundations exposed some flaws … Continue reading Open Source Hilbert for the Kindle

Resume blues partly alleviated by LaTeX

Once again your fearless correspondent is seeking new consulting opportunities.  One of the major drawbacks of consulting is the constant need to keep marketing yourself!  When it comes to self promotion that old standby, the resume,  is still one of your most effective tools.  When communicating with potential clients their first question is; “Can you … Continue reading Resume blues partly alleviated by LaTeX