Tips for Comments

How do I include LaTeX in a comment?

    To include latex code in a comment, use the code $ latex code$, only without the space between the first dollar sign and the word ‘latex’, and with your code in place of the word ‘code’. So, for example, $ latex \mathbb{Z}$ without the space would display as \mathbb{Z}.

I posted a comment and it didn’t appear.  What’s wrong?

    You were most likely caught by our slightly over-zealous spam filter, Akismet.  Send me (Greg) an email at ‘gpm23’, which is at ‘cornell.edu’, and I’ll pull it out of the spam filter.  After a time or two, it will learn you aren’t a spambot and let your comments through.

Why are my comments getting marked as spam, at this and other wordpress blogs?  I didn’t mention viagra once!

    The most common kind of spam we get are reasonable-looking comments, ie “Great post, guys!” but whose author’s link is to a website peddling illicit goods and/or services.  What most likely happened is that your name is linking to a website that Akismet has decided not to trust for some reason (maybe foreign IPs?).  Thus, if you’d prefer not to send me an email, you should try commenting without a link.

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4 Responses to “Tips for Comments”

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  2. prof dr horia orasanu Says:

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  3. prof dr horia orasanu Says:

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  4. prof drd horia orasanu Says:

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    Again, I won’t prove this, but the idea is as follows: if something is an element of the left hand side, then it must be in the complement of at least one of the which means it can’t be in ALL of them and therefore can’t be in the intersection.

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