## Blogging with LaTeX

As a theoretical physicist I deal with various mathematical equations and formulae on a daily basis. In order to present my work in a digital format I have to resort to various tricks and devices. Fortunately for a few decades now we’ve had a wonderful math typesetting tool called $\LaTeX$. $\LaTeX$, however, never really cough on the web, which made posting about math and physics a bit tricky. I’ve just discovered a pretty cool and powerful WordPress plugin called JetPack, which among other neat features allows for the use of $\LaTeX$. I don’t envision using it all that much, at least not on this blog, but if I ever have a need to insert some math into my blog posts then it will be good to know that I have that option. In a meanwhile, here is one of my favorite Physics equations:

$F^{\mu \nu} = \partial^{\mu} A^{\nu} - \partial^{\nu} A^{\mu}$

#### Bojan Tunguz

I just wanted to see if I can use $LaTeX$ in blog replies too.