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TUGboat 34:2, 2013

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Complete issue 34:2 as one pdf (9.4mb) 
Front cover   c1 
Inside front cover   c2 
Contents ordered by difficulty   c3 
Title page   109 
Editorial information   110 
 
TUG Business
Institutional members   110 
 
General Delivery
Ab epistulis 
  Steve Peter      [Introductory — conferences; software; reviews]
 111 
Editorial comments 
  Barbara Beeton      [Introductory — typography and TUGboat news]
     Barry Smith, 1953–2012
     Yet another DEK interview
     TeXdoc on line
     Fonts, typography, and printing—on the web and in print
 111-112 
In memoriam: Barry Smith (1953–2012) 
  Doug Henderson 
 112 
Hyphenation exception log 
  Barbara Beeton      [Reports and notices — update for missed and incorrect U.S. English hyphenations]
 113-114 
Running TeX under Windows PowerShell 
  Adeline Wilcox      [Introductory — tips on Unix-ish usage with this Windows shell]
 114 
 
Dreamboat
Does TeX have a future? 
  Hans Hagen      [Introductory — musings on TeX, interactivity, ebooks, page layout, and more]
 115-119 
 
Software & Tools
TeX Collection 2013 DVD 
  TeX Collection editors      [Introductory — very high-level overview of changes in the 2013 software releases]
 120 
What is new in XeTeX 0.9999? 
  Khaled Hosny      [Intermediate — moving to HarfBuzz, Core Text on Macs, and more]
 121-122 
MetaPost: PNG output 
  Taco Hoekwater      [Intermediate — creating bitmap images directly from MetaPost]
 123 
Converting Wikipedia articles to LaTeX 
  Dirk Hünniger      [Intermediate — the wb2pdf Haskell project for local conversion of wiki to LaTeX]
 124 
 
Fonts
A survey of text font families 
  Michael Sharpe      [Intermediate — comparison of many font families usable with (La)TeX for general text]
 125-131 
 
LaTeX
Glisterings 
  Peter Wilson      [Intermediate Plus — a font of fleurons; fonts, GNU/Linux, and XeTeX; mixing traditional and system fonts]
 132-135 
 
Fonts
Interview with Charles Bigelow 
  Yue Wang      [Intermediate — in-depth discussion of Lucida and typography]
 136-167 
 
Typography
Oh, oh, zero! 
  Charles Bigelow      [Intermediate — survey of confusable characters (0O1Il, etc.) in historical and modern typography]
     errata (in fig.18)
 168-181 
 
Hints & Tricks
Production notes 
  Karl Berry      [Intermediate Plus — an application of FontForge, ttf2afm, and otftotfm]
 181 
The treasure chest 
  Karl Berry      [Intermediate — new CTAN packages, March–July 2013]
 182-183 
 
LaTeX
Preparing for scientific conferences with LaTeX: A short practical how-to 
  Paweł Łupkowski, Mariusz Urbański      [Intermediate Plus — methods for creation of a related paper, presentation, and poster]
 184-189 
 
Literate Programming
LiPPGen: A presentation generator for literate-programming-based teaching 
  Hans-Georg Eßer      [Intermediate Plus — Python package to create slides from literate programs]
 190-195 
 
Graphics
Entry-level MetaPost 2: Move it 
  Mari Voipio      [Intermediate — shifting, rotating, reflecting, repeating]
 196-199 
Creating Tufte-style bar charts and scatterplots using PGFPlots 
  Juernjakob Dugge      [Intermediate Plus — including range frames and dot-dash plots in Tufte's style]
 200-204 
Typographers, programmers and mathematicians, or the case of an æsthetically pleasing interpolation 
  Bogusław Jackowski      [Advanced — in-depth mathematical description of Hobby's algorithm for connecting Bézier segments]
 205-222 
 
Philology
Representing linguistic pitch in (Xe)LaTeX 
  Kevin Donnelly      [Advanced — typesetting linguistic pitch representations, directly or with TikZ, et al.]
 223-227 
 
Book Reviews
Book review: Learning LaTeX, by David Griffiths and Desmond Higham 
  Boris Veytsman      [Reports and notices — learning LaTeX by example]
     See the TUG books page for all book reviews and discounts.
 228 
Book review: Zapf Exhibition: The Calligraphy of Hermann & Gudrun Zapf 
  Boris Veytsman      [Reports and notices — description of the catalogue of this 2011 exhibition in Japan]
 229 
Book review: What Our Lettering Needs, by Rick Cusick 
  Will Adams      [Reports and notices — the contribution of Hermann Zapf to calligraphy & type design at Hallmark cards]
 230 
Book review: LaTeX Quick Reference, by Herbert Voß 
  Boris Veytsman      [Reports and notices — comprehensive LaTeX reference]
 231 
Book review: Presentations with LaTeX, by Herbert Voß 
  Boris Veytsman      [Reports and notices — slide generation with Beamer and much more]
 232-233 
 
Advertisements
TeX consulting and production services   233-234 
 
Abstracts
Die TeXnische Komödie: Contents of issue 2/2013   235 
ArsTeXnica: Contents of issue 15 (April 2013)   235 
GUST: EuroBachoTeX 2013   236-239 
 
TUG Business
TUG 2013 election 
  Barbara Beeton 
 240-242 
 
News
Calendar   243 
TUG 2013 announcement   244 


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