TUGboat

The Communications of
the TeX Users Group


TUGboat 17:4, December 1996

Press Figure
 
Addresses 335 
TUG'97 Update 336 
 
General Delivery
The state of TUG
  Michel Goossens
337–340 
Editorial comments
  Barbara Beeton
      A historical perspective
      The Kyoto Prize for Knuth
      Recommended reading: Why things bite back
      Why does a lion represent TeX?
340–342 
Amsterdam, 13 March 1996—Knuth meets NTG members 342–355 
CSTUG, Charles University, Prague, March 1996— Questions and answers with Prof. Donald E. Knuth 355–367 
 
Survey
Computer typesetting or electronic publishing? New trends in scientific publication
  Philip Taylor
367–381 
 
Software & Tools
Making indices for VINITI's “Mathematics” abstract journal
  S.A. Strelkov and G.R. Epshtein
382–385 
 
Philology
TeX and Russian traditions of typesetting
  Mikhail Ivanovich Grinchuk
385–388 
 
Humanities
TeX and the Humanities
  Christina Thiele
388–393 
 
Book Review
The Printing Revolution in Early Modern Europe, by Elizabeth L. Eisenstein
  Jonathan Fine
393–396 
 
Queries
Suggestions wanted for new edition of Math into LaTeX
  George Grätzer
396 
PPCHTEX molecule templates
  Dirk Kuypers
396 
 
Abstracts
Les Cahiers GUTenberg, Nos. 21–24 397–403 
 
News & Announcements
Calendar 403–405 
 
Late-Breaking News
Production notes
  Mimi Burbank
405 
Future issues 405 
 
TUG Business
Facts and Figures
  Mimi Burbank
405–408 
Institutional members 409 
 
Forms
TUG membership application 410 
 
Advertisements
TeX consulting and production services 411 
Index of advertisers 411 


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