[OS X TeX] Kudos to everyone
simon at simifilm.ch
Mon Feb 27 17:02:18 CET 2006
On 27.02.2006, at 16:17, Gerben Wierda wrote:
>> Hi everbody,
>> I just wanted to let you know that I just brought my PhD thesis to
>> printer. It's a thesis in film studies on the subject of the science
> Congratulations! Now you only have to defend the thesis, right?
Thanks, yes, defense will be in the second of April, but that's a
> I am always interested in seeing the results of what people have
> done with
> TeX if they have used my redistribution. I did get a few PhD theses
> the past years. In this case I am trifold interested because I am a
> film fan and do like SF as well (and I can read German).
It's a 100MB PDF, but if you're interested I can put it online for
you. And just as a warning: It's about 340 pages of written text and
although I always try to write in a clear, unfancy style, it's
definitely geared towards an audience with some knowledge in film and/
or literature studies. Of course, I'm happy if you still want to read
it, but just don't say I didnt warn you. ;)
> So, I would be very interested in receiving a copy. And that goes for
> other products made with the help of the TeX & Friends i-Packages
> as well.
I'll send you a private email with the details.
> PS and *very* OT. Good SF movies: "The day the earth stood still",
> "Soylent Green", "Silent Running (or something to that effect)",
> (both the Tarkovsky and the Clooney versions, parts of the Tarkovsky
> version were shot in Japan and displayed in mirror image because
> there was
> not enough traffic in the Soviet Union :-), "Stalker", "Blade Runner
> (after Philip K. Dick's novel "Do androids dream of electric sheep?"),
> "2001" (wonderful physics, terrible AI stuff from Marvin Minsky) and
> several more.
"2001" is the movie cinema was invented for IMO. It's the one fix
star in my personal movie universe.
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job on the wings." Stanley Kubrick
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