Unfortunately, it doesn't work in RSS aggregators like Google Reader.
In your feed it shows up as the unrendered TeX.
Yeah, it's not a great method is it. It also relies on a 3rd party web site which doesn't make me happy.
I also noticed that even a browser it took a moment to render the image, and you could see the underlying TeX before it was rendered and replaced.
I use ASCIIMathML on my blog and it works ok, except users need to have MathML activated. There is also jsMath which seems more flexible. Why don't you try one of these?
yet another version of the java script solution: LaTeXMathML which I've had good success. I just put it up on one of my own servers and linked to it in my blogger template. It suffers from the same drawbacks -- lag in rendering, doesn't render in feeds, etc. But there it is.
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