About a decade ago, I began putting my notes on my homepage for the reasons cloud computing proponents love to spout (though I did it without uttering any buzzwords).
I was optimistic back then. Mozilla supported MathML provided you also downloaded a font or two, and despite the crushing dominance of Internet Explorer, I felt that righteous Free Software would ultimately triumph. One day, I hoped, a typical browser would render my site perfectly, out of the box.
Turns out my predictions were half right. The web broke free of Internet Explorer’s chokehold. Now, more often than not, we use open source browsers. And one of them, Firefox, supports MathML out of the box.