Re: From the NY Review of Books: Escape From MS Word
Not specifically on-topic, but...Saw this article today:
Interesting piece, but I might argue with its primary thesis, which seems
to be that "Styles are Evil" (at least in the Word implementation).
I am moderately amazed to learn that WordPerfect for DOS still runs on his
computer, though. ;-)
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