LINGUIST List 3.279

Sat 21 Mar 1992

FYI: Job, SAPIR, Page Printer

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  1. Sherman Wilcox, Job Announcement
  2. Nancy L. Dray, U of Chicago linguists
  3. brian kariger , Re: 3.258 Queries: Print Aid, French Text, Adverbials

Message 1: Job Announcement

Date: Tue, 17 Mar 92 14:31:28 MSJob Announcement
From: Sherman Wilcox <wilcoxcarina.unm.edu>
Subject: Job Announcement

 The University of New Mexico
 Department of Linguistics

 Position Announcement
 Assistant Professor

The Department of Linguistics at the University of New Mexico invites
applications for a tenure track Assistant Professor appointment
beginning August 17, 1992. Research experience in the structure,
acquisition, and/or psycholinguistics of ASL and/or signed language
interpreting is required.

Demonstrated proficiency in ASL required, with current RID
certification or expectation of RID certification within one year. Will
be required to teach courses, supervise students, and participate in
the administration of the Signed Language Interpreter Training Program.
Ability to contribute to teaching, research, and graduate student
supervision in the Department of Linguistics is expected. PhD to be
completed by August 1992.

Submit letter of interest, curriculum vitae, three letters of
recommendation, and supporting materials by May 15, 1992. Address
applications to:

 Jean Newman, Chair
 Department of Linguistics
 University of New Mexico
 Humanities 526
 Albuquerque, NM 87131-1196.

EOE/AA. UNM is strongly committed to cultural pluralism and is
particularly interested in receiving applications from women, members
of ethnic minorities, and disabled individuals.
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Message 2: U of Chicago linguists

Date: Fri, 20 Mar 92 18:03:23 CSU of Chicago linguists
From: Nancy L. Dray <draysapir.uchicago.edu>
Subject: U of Chicago linguists

If anyone out there has tried unsuccessfully to
reach any of the U. of Chicago linguists with
accounts on SAPIR (i.e., addresses ending in
sapir.uchicago.edu) in the past couple of weeks,
please try again. Sapir was down for about
a week (ca. March 6-13) and messages may have
bounced. Thank you.
		Nancy L. Dray
		draysapir.uchicago.edu
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Message 3: Re: 3.258 Queries: Print Aid, French Text, Adverbials

Date: Fri, 20 Mar 92 04:54:43 PSRe: 3.258 Queries: Print Aid, French Text, Adverbials
From: brian kariger <bkarigeraunix.fullerton.edu>
Subject: Re: 3.258 Queries: Print Aid, French Text, Adverbials

Re: 3.258 Printing two-up

> In the greater interest of ecology, is there a printing program
> or tool out there that would allow one to print two pages onto
> one page in the way described? This would save us a lot of time
> and paper.

In addition to what has been said before about Mac programs, the
latest version (4.2) of Aldus PageBreaker [sic!] has a "Make booklet"
command which will perform this task, if in a somewhat roundabout
manner. Much more to the purpose, and much easier on the pocketbook,
is a free program called Save A Tree. It has several six different
layouts (including 4-on-1), and allows one to set the fonts, margins,
even the background picture. Here is an excerpt of the read-me:

> Save A Tree is a text file printing utility designed to conserve
> paper by printing on 1 page what would normally use 2 or 4 pages.
>
> Since Save A Tree only handles 'TEXT' files, I expect its primary
> audience will be programmers printing source code. Although, the
> word wrap option makes it useful for general text printing too.
>
> Because of the small font sizes used, Save A Tree works best on
> high resolution printers.
>
> Use of Save A Tree is free of charge. I encourage you to share
> it freely. Copies of the source (THINK C) may be obtained for
> $20 and a disk w/SASE.
>
> Send comments & bug reports to:
>
> Michael S. Engber
> U.S. Mail: 1585 Ridge Ave, Evanston, IL, 60201
> InterNet: engberils.nwu.edu
> CompuServe: 70007,3505 (I rarely log onto CompuServe, but
> CompuServe users can reach me on the InterNet
> using the address: >INTERNET:engberils.nwu.edu

And here's where archie reports it can be found:

Host sumex-aim.stanford.edu (36.44.0.6)
Last updated 00:13 5 Mar 1992

 Location: /info-mac/util
 FILE rw-r--r-- 60497 Jan 13 14:30 save-a-tree-152.hqx

Host wuarchive.wustl.edu (128.252.135.4)
Last updated 01:25 8 Mar 1992

 Location: /mirrors/info-mac/util
 FILE r--r--r-- 60497 Jan 13 08:30 save-a-tree-152.hqx

Host utsun.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp (133.11.11.11)
Last updated 00:22 7 Mar 1992

 Location: /ftpsync/info-mac/util
 FILE rw-rw-r-- 60497 Jan 20 07:13 save-a-tree-152.hqx

Host akiu.gw.tohoku.ac.jp (130.34.8.9)
Last updated 00:18 10 Mar 1992

 Location: /pub/mac/tools/printer
 FILE rw-r--r-- 60497 Jan 15 00:47 save-a-tree-152.hqx

Host toklab.ics.osaka-u.ac.jp (133.1.12.30)
Last updated 00:51 6 Mar 1992

 Location: /mac/info-mac/info-mac/new1992/01
 FILE rw-r--r-- 54230 Jan 20 16:24 save-a-tree-152.hqx.Z

Host pollux.lu.se (130.235.132.89)
Last updated 00:10 1 Mar 1992

 Location: /pub/mac/util
 FILE rw-r--r-- 60497 Jan 20 22:18 save-a-tree-152.hqx

Host lth.se (130.235.16.3)
Last updated 00:30 26 Feb 1992

 Location: /pub/mac/info-mac/util
 FILE rw-r--r-- 60497 Jan 15 01:19 save-a-tree-152.hqx

Host src.doc.ic.ac.uk (146.169.3.7)
Last updated 05:27 4 Mar 1992

 Location: /mac/sumex/util
 FILE r--r--r-- 54230 Jan 13 14:30 save-a-tree-152.hqx.Z
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