[OS X TeX] [OFF] Antique AV?

Nathan Paxton napaxton at fas.harvard.edu
Mon Aug 31 16:00:37 EDT 2009

	Opaque refers to the media used, like a sheet of paper, or a book, as  
opposed to the use of transparencies....

Nathan A. Paxton
Ph.D. Candidate
Dept. of Government, Harvard University

Resident Tutor
John Winthrop House, Harvard University

napaxton AT fas DOT harvard DOT edu
If every professor who backed a lunatic politician were to be sacked,  
half the interesting minds in academia would be lost.
	- The Economist, 5 Jan 2002

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On 31 Aug 2009, at 1:18 PM, Peter Dyballa wrote:

> Am 31.08.2009 um 18:53 schrieb david craig:
>>> Already checked Wikipedia? After Google image search...
>> If I don't know what it is, how would I search for it?
> Well, I thought when Google would find a similiar image it could  
> have a description. With this description you could go to Wikipedia...
> You describe your device as an "opaque projector" – are there any  
> non-opaque, i.e., transparent projectors in the U.S.?
> --
> Greetings
>  Pete
> When people run around and around in circles we say they are crazy.  
> When planets do it we say they are orbiting.
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