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Wolfram Publicon - math writing

I have not tested this program of Stephen Wolfram's company yet, but it seems very likely that many people will find it very useful for typing math in a WYSIWYG fashion - it may be the first time when a WYSIWYG program becomes more convenient than the direct typing of the source.

The program is a natural supplement of Mathematica. It is a natural user interface for LaTeX/AMSTeX, MathML, and other frameworks. A free trial is available and many universities may have it for free. My friend sent me a snapshot of his screen. Enjoy!

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