Citations at the end of sentences

When possible, it is better to add the citation at the end of the sentence. I prefer this sentence [LaTeX] “However, passive input devices have rendering limitations and may lead to large steady-state errors in teleoperation tasks cite{lecuyer2000}.” to this “However, passive input devices have rendering limitations cite{lecuyer2000} and may lead to large steady-state errors in teleoperation tasks.” _DP

How to use Instapaper on Android (Droid) – App configuration

For people using Android. Read this post. You will have a chance to have the instapaper experience on your android mobile phone. _DP

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Vocre is a free speech translator that instantly translates voice | 9to5Mac | Apple Intelligence

This will change our approach to languages. _DP

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Use a batch (or script) file to do complex operations like compiling a latex file in macosx

If you want to run a batch file (or script file) in macosx to compile a latex file where for compiling I mean bibtex, latex and skim read these two posts

http://www.alvinpoh.com/how-to-make-and-run-batch-files-in-terminal-in-mac-osx/

http://www.noendpress.com/vroman/shellscripting/index.php

To summarize you can create a file ‘latexsript’ whose content is

#### latexscript file starts here

FILENAME=’synergyhand’

svn up

svn commit -m”dp automatic”

bibtex ./$FILENAME

latex ./$FILENAME.tex

latex ./$FILENAME.tex

dvips -o $FILENAME.ps $FILENAME.dvi

ps2pdf $FILENAME.ps $FILENAME.pdf

open ./$FILENAME.pdf

# tth ./$(FILENAME).tex

# zip -r proposal.zip *

# SVN ?

# cp $(FILENAME).pdf ~/Dropbox/Public/$(FILENAME).pdf

# cp $(FILENAME).html ~/Dropbox/Public/$(FILENAME).html

# cp $(FILENAME).tex ~/Dropbox/Public/$(FILENAME).tex

# cp todo.txt ~/Dropbox/Public/todo.txt

# rm -f *.aux *.log *.out *.ps *.toc *.nav *.snm *.dvi

#### latexscript file ends here

then you need to run in a terminal this command

> chmod 755 latexscript

and then simply run the script

> ./latexscript

Note that even if you change the contents of the file you do not need to run chmod again.

_DP