On email@example.com, David Z Maze thinks Prosper is great
for making PDF presentations from LaTeX.
xpdf -fullscreen to actually run the slides.
Chris Beggy writes in with another tip
(thanks!). Chris thinks that Magicpoint is an
excellent PowerPoint replacement. I like Magicpoint’s text-based
presentation files and its nice gallery of styles I can choose, but
I’m thinking of going for prosper+latex instead. I hear that prosper
has pretty nice output.
I suspect that URLs need to be verbatim; stray equal signs and
underscores can be their undoing! Maybe I should just blank out the
(defun emacs-wiki-markup-word ()) to squelch all the bad markup I’m getting lately.
On the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list, Yvon Provencher mentions the useful tutorial at
Tech mailing lists without a home might want to check out http://www.freelists.org .
Finished encoding the ComputerScienceCurriculum2002-2003. Whew!
Miguel Paraz, email@example.com:
The author claims that Python is easy to translate to Chinese.
This could be useful to the Chinese-literate people here. :)
Robert Anderson has some testing scripts at http://rwa.homelinux.net/emacs
firstname.lastname@example.org, Wade Hemmelrick:
This is a free listing of all the computer braille code symbols.
Computer Braille Code Card in Grade 2 braille