EA is published in Adobe's Portable Document Format. This allows for a more controlled layout of text, and also the accurate rendering of non-English text characters (accented letters, etc.) than is currently possible with most web-browsers. PDF Format, like webpages, does allow for hyperlinks ... and many are provided, to allow easy access to conference details, to purchase books, etc.
We are currently working on a lite edition of EA. Details will appear here in due course.
A copy of EA52
may be downloaded here. (File size
is approx. 400 KB.)
Depending how your browser is configured, then clicking on the link immediately above may open the newsletter in Acrobat Reader, within a browser window, or may start the download procedure. Right clicking will usually produce a menu that inludes the option to download. The downloaded file is named "EA52.pdf"
To view the newsletter you will need a PDF viewer.
Adobe's Acrobat Reader is pre-installed on many, probably most, computers these days. If not you may obtain a copy, free of charge, from Adobe. Versions are available for Windows, Macintosh, Linux, ...
Derek Noonburg's Xpdf is available free for the X Window System (used on Linux, UNIX, ...) from Foolabs.
You may also view a screenshot of one page from the sample issue. This, though, lacks the functionality of the real newsletter: you cannot browse within the issue, follow internal links, visit external websites, etc.
As an option to downloading the sample issue above, you may also have a copy sent to your email box.
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