The previous blog post is on the cool math handwriting recognition shipped with Windows 7. The post includes a description of a race I had entering equations using the linear format with formula autobuildup against a member of the math handwriting recognition team, who entered equations using the Windows 7 Math Input Panel. Since the result was essentially a tie, you might like to see how I enter equations using the linear format. If so or if you’re interested in keyboard entry of math in general, run my first math video on You Tube or It includes a variety of tips that help you to enter equations fast and easily. In the video I’m not racing and, in fact, I somehow manage to restrain myself to be slow and pedagogical. I type in the binomial theorem and a definite integral useful in laser mode locking theory. Many thanks to MS External Research for producing the video.