One of the many great things about LaTeX is its ability to fill text, that is, to justify flush left and flush right on the same line, with extraneous space all in the middle. Until recently, I had not been able to get any WYSIWYG word processor to do it consistently. Sometimes centering the text, placing the cursor, and then hitting tab would work, sometimes it wouldn’t. Searching on-line didn’t turn up anything — but it is possible that I just wasn’t using the appropriate search terms. Before, fill justified text was a luxury that I didn’t really need. However, current APA guidelines require filled justified text in the running head. Anyhow, after about 20 minutes of playing around (yes, only 20 minutes), I think I have figured out how to fill justify in LibreOffice.
Saturday, November 22, 2014
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
We had a large-ish snow storm on the 17th. “Large” considering that it is the middle of November. I think the total was around 3 to 5 inches.
Anyhow, here is a time-lapse video from a webcam in an undisclosed location in central Ohio. The video includes the entire day in about 16 seconds. Enjoy.