August 5, 2010

While running mathURL is not expensive, hosting does cost a few dollars per month. So I’ve added some Amazon links — treat yourself to a LaTeX book, and help support this site!


2 Responses to “amazon”

  1. burak Says:

    Could you publish the part of the source code that regenerates the formula from the encoded URL? While using, I like to work with img src links, but if your site does not stay around, I’d like to be able to get my formulas back.

  2. Francesco Says:

    I don’t need anything from Amazon (and I don’t see links anyway), however I would gladly donate something to thank you for this awesome service!

    (possibly in Bitcoins, to make it commission-free 🙂

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