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I am a postdoc in philosophy.

I contribute to a blog for philosophers who use LaTeX. If you fall in to that niche, check it out: PhilTeX. (The blog will be of use to all kind of humanities scholars using LaTeX, I imagine, but it was started by, and is run by philosophers...) The blog is currently defunct, but may be resurrected soon.

I made this beamer colour change package that slowly changes the colour of structure elements of beamer presentations. Feedback welcome. I also made this moreenum package which adds new enumeration options. The TeX goodies page of my website includes some other bits and bobs I've done.


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comment TeX capacity exceeded with listings package
Perhaps emphasise that the difference between the working and non-working examples is in the brackets/braces of the documentclass call. It's not that obvious...
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comment Right way to typeset a mathematical document
See here: tex.stackexchange.com/q/32012/215
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comment Is it ok to use vbox instead of figure for floating elements?
"Is it OK" is a bit vague. What do you mean? Is it possible? yes. Is it good practice? Perhaps not.
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comment Node position in decision tree with TikZ
Also, do the answers to this question help: tex.stackexchange.com/q/51228/215
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comment Node position in decision tree with TikZ
It isn't really clear what you are asking. What would an adequate answer to this question involve?
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comment How to automatically include several text documents into a LaTeX document?
Wouldn't yyyymmdd be better since that would at least order your files sensibly?
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comment Tracking changes
Doing this manually will quickly become a nightmare. I suggest you look into learning how to use a version control system like git or mercurial and then find a way to use latexdiff or similar.
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