I've been making many changes to the TX/RX website over the last few days. Mostly this involves course evaluations and emailing new members. One fun change is that comments now support mark down. If you want to use mark down in comments just click "Formatting Help" above the comments.

Markdown is a very simple but powerful tool for adding styling to text inputs. It's currently used on many websites like Reddit and Stack Overflow The key philosophy behind markdown is that you should be able to read the raw text and understand what the output will be. For example:

Markdown Input

This text will be **bold!**

Html Output

This text will be <b>bold!</b>

Rendered Output

This text will be bold!