I am an Assistant Professor of Linguistics at Northwestern University, specializing in semantics.

I direct the Child Language Development Laboratory, investigating what kids think about word and sentence meaning.

### Hello World 08. 1.2015

This is my first post, and my first blog, on my brand new website. I made this site using Middleman and Bootstrap. Middleman makes it easier to flexibly build static sites, and Bootstrap helps make them beautiful—on any device. The code for the site is on my Github, though it (and its documentation) is still very much a work in progress.

Prior to writing these words, I made sure I could do this:

That is, that I could do $\LaTeX$ math-mode, quite outside of a $\LaTeX$-specific environment; this is not a serious proposal for a semantics of exclaiming "Hello World!" I incorporated $\TeX$ functionality in case I should want to say something about formal semantics on the blog, without sacrificing quite the beautiful way $\TeX$ can say it.

You can do this too! Ultimately, it comes down to including MathJax in the <head>...</head> environment of your html (whether it's more complicated than this for you likely depends on how you set your site up):

    <script type="text/javascript"
src="https://cdn.mathjax.org/mathjax/latest/MathJax.js?config=TeX-AMS-MML_HTMLorMML">
</script>