[OS X TeX] bold sf in memoir

Morten Høgholm morten.hoegholm at gmail.com
Sat Jan 21 10:34:02 EST 2006

On Sat, 21 Jan 2006 12:51:44 +0100, Themis Matsoukas <matsoukas at psu.edu>  

Hi Themis,

> A: Imagine if newspapers reported the news of the day starting with the  
> big bang.
> Q: Why isn't top-posting that bad after all?

There are several fundamental differences. These emails are not one-way  
communications, plenty of people don't think there was a Big Bang, and if  
they do, it can hardly be considered news. Besides it is not only my  
personal preference: I quote from the sign-up to this mailing list:

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Just checked my newspaper: it doesn't contain a verbatim copy of all the  
news from yesterday in today's edition...

I am actually not super touchy about this kind of thing but this time I  
actually wanted to quote something from earlier in the thread and had to  
work harder for it (than I thought should be needed).

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