I use word processors like OpenOffice Word as others use page layout software: Only when I want certain control over the final product, want it fast, and don't demand too much of the product. For regularly produced formatted text I use some version of LaTex, but most of the twentythousandzillion words I write a week go out as HTML via blogs.
By Billie Hara, ProfHacker, Chronicle of Higher Ed
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CCSU to host Connecticut Young Writers Trust award ceremony
CCSU’s Poet-in-Residence to head Connecticut Young Writers Trust
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For Dr. Shawn Wahl, his career is also his passion.
Head of the ASU Communication, Mass Media and Theatre Department, Wahl teaches communication, writes about it and lives it. Lately, he has been writing quite a lot about it with a newly published book and two more on the [...]