I though the question would be more accurately rephrased as "is anyone
NOT using skype?" :) I use it too  Still, Skype has hidden problems,
mainly that it senses the speed of the machine it runs on, and if the
speed is high enough, it will act as a relay for other skype users.
The process goes hayward easily, and skype can become a fairly serious
problem for a network. UCSB has recently banned its use for this
reason, endorsing an alternative technology (www.gizmoproject.com)
instead. May be worth a thought.
my 2c
ferdinando
Quoting Trav Fryer <[log in to unmask]>:
> Yeah, I use skype. Pretty sweet deal. Would be better if more people
> used it though.
>
>
> On Sep 11, 2006, at 9:56 AM, Karl Bridges wrote:
>
>> Just being curious  is there anyone else out there on campus
>> using Skype? I have this whole thing set up  even with
>> videoconferencing  but, apparently, no one else is using this. I
>> was just curious to see how well this actually works.
>>
>>
>> Steve Cavrak wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> On Sep 10, 2006, at 9:18 PM, Darren L. Hitt wrote:
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Is it possible to LaTexgenerated math symbols and equations for
>>>> MT? (e.g., like I can for my UVM Wiki pages). This would be very
>>>> helpful for my course blogs
>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>> There's probably not a direct route, but there are possible
>>> workarounds  MathML, Mathematica, Postscript, PDF, Wordpress, etc.
>>>
>>> Google [math blog latex] found a nice blog entry on mathematics at
>>>
>>> Math Roundtable: Notes from my presentation on Math blogs
>>> http://dpam.blogspot.com/2006/06/mathroundtablenotesfrommy.html
>>>
>>> Goolgle [blogging mathematics] finds even nicer examples
>>>
>>> Blogging Mathematics
>>> Writing about Equations in blogs from Blogbuilder news
>>> http://blogs.warwick.ac.uk/caa4s/entry/blogging_mathematics/
>>>
>>> Mathematics Weblog
>>> This site uses LatexRender to produce the mathematics
>>> http://sixthform.info/maths/index.php?m=200511
>>>
>>> ...
>>>
>>> And
>>>
>>> Google [latex wiki] gets
>>>
>>> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LaTeX
>>> (apparently done with screen captures ! :) )
>>>
>>> as well as pointers to several implementations of LaTeX > Wiki machines.
>>>
>>>
>>> Steve
>>>
>>>
