``Ribbit'' getting LaTeX into Word (for Windows) (was Re: [OS X TeX] TeX and the wild wild world out there)

William Adams will.adams at frycomm.com
Fri Dec 1 13:40:53 EST 2006

On Dec 1, 2006, at 12:41 PM, Google Kreme wrote:

> You know that this mailing list is archived by dozens of people,  
> and liekly mirrored on the web several times over.  Stupid  
> disclaimers like this just make we want to print out your email and  
> paper it on walls around the city.

It's imposed by my company and attached outbound. I do try to hide it  
beneath a sig-dash, so it should be hideable by your e-mailer if it  
includes support for such.

I don't know that it's so ``stupid'' though, since on at least one  
occasion, I've had messages which I've posted to a mailing list  
reposted to newsgroups &c. w/o my permission and w/ no attribution.

If it troubles you, please feel free to delete all messages which  
I've sent to the list.


William Adams
senior graphic designer
Fry Communications

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