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Re: Some Advice

Actually, it was mainly a poor attempt at humor. I'm currently getting
frustrated because I have quite a few papers in postscript format
which I cannot get in tex/LaTex source which have a fair bit of
mathematical notation in them and which I can't find a reliable way of

So far, the only way I've been able to access this sort of information
is to get a sighted friend to read the formulae etc onto tape or turn
the files into text and get someone to type in the formulae for
me. This is'nt too bad, but it is often inconvenient finding someone
to help when I need it. I guess its just one of those things you have
to learn to live with.

T. V. Raman writes:
> >>>>> "Tim" == Tim Cross <tcross@tim.northnet.com.au> writes:
>     Tim> I was afraid that might be the case. Oh well, I
>     Tim> guess my only option is to become so brillian and
>     Tim> respected in my field that I can demand papers in
>     Tim> an acceptable format and work on developing a new
>     Tim> system of mathematical notation which is more
>     Tim> suitable for text to speech translation!
> I dont understand the significance of the final clause in
> the above sentence. See the work on MathML and before it the
> work on AsTeR.

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