[Blindmath] Mathematical document accessibility

Jared Wright wright.jaredm at gmail.com
Sat Mar 14 19:36:08 CDT 2009


Nonsense! Jason's sermons on LaTeX have gotten me using it more than 
typical word processors now too. Your words just do their work quietly. 
*smile*

Jared

On 3/13/2009 10:55 PM, P. R. Stanley wrote:
> That's true, Jason, we have had this discussion several times yet it 
> seems our efforts to highlight the benefits of LaTeX aren't bearing 
> any fruit.
>
> I think it'd be easier to persuade the previous U.S. republican 
> administration to join the taliban.
>> P. R. Stanley <prstanley at ntlworld.com> wrote:
>> > I disagree! LaTeX isn't just for typesetting maths. Learning LaTeX 
>> would
>> > allow you the freedom to typeset professional quality documents 
>> without
>> > having to shell out hundreds on a less than accessible editor.
>>
>> We've had this discussion before on the list, where it was pointed 
>> out that
>> LaTeX can be used as a better alternative to word processors for a wide
>> variety of documents. This is why there are LaTeX styles for 
>> everything from
>> post cards, to resumes, reports, articles, books and so on.
>>
>> After making the switch to LaTeX, I didn't need a word processor 
>> anymore.
>>
>>
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