Buwahahaha!!! Awesome!

I just discovered this in Jetpack while waiting for my code to compile.

e^{\j \theta}=\cos{\theta}+\j \sin{\theta}

But wait, there’s more!

[\vec{\nabla} \cdot \vec{\mathbf{E}} = \frac{1}{\epsilon_0}\,\rho ]

Man, that is freaking awesome.  I can write formulas on the fly now and not have to resort to weird things to get the images to post.  Now I just need to get back to doing those posts on the power system.