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TUGboat 17:4, December 1996

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Accumulated lists across all of TUGboat: by author, by category/keyword, by title.

Complete issue 17:4 as one pdf (1.7mb) 
Front cover   c1 
Inside front cover   c2 
Title page   333 
Editorial information   334 
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, 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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