Dear LyX Users,
This is a pure piece of personal promotion, but ... here goes.
Tonight, I will be giving a talk about LyX to the Salt Lake Linux Users
Group. The meeting will be at the University of Utah in the Warnock
Engineering building. (See below for directions.)
It will start at just after 7:00 pm. Free admission.
Though it will focus heavily on LyX (I'm even going to demo a mostly
functioning LyX-Outline), the talk will also deal with how to research,
write, and publish using Linux. For that reason, I'll also be
highlighting several other programs (Zotero, BibTeX, Mendely, LaTeX,
Inkscape and Scribus) and describing how they work together.
If this interests you at all, and you are in the Salt Lake area, please
come. It would be wonderful to put faces to email addresses.
/End Shameless Self Promotion
Warnock Engineering Building
72 South Central Campus Drive
Salt Lake City
1. _Drive East on 400 South:_ As you reach the foothills, 400 South
will curve so that it's name changes to 500 South by the time you
are on top of the hill. Continue driving East on 500 South until
you come to the 1300 East intersection.
2. _Turn left on 1300 East:_ You will now be facing North. Continue
driving North on 1300 East until you come to the 100 South
3. _Turn right on 100 South_ (North Campus Drive): You will now be
facing East. Continue driving East on 100 South. As you go up
the hill, 100 South will abruptly turn to the left (North), at
which point it's name changes to North Campus Drive. Later, it
will make a large sweeping turn to the right (East). Continue
following North Camus Drive until you come to Central Campus Drive.
4. _Turn right on Central Campus Drive:_ You will now be facing
South. Continue driving South on Central Campus Drive until you
come to the intersection with the street named Federal Way.
5. _The Warnock Engineering Building_ (WEB) is located off the South
West corner of the intersection of Central Campus Drive and
There is ample parking in three lots adjacent to WEB. Additionally,
7:00 pm is unofficially considered "after hours" by the attendants With
that said, the University of Utah parking trolls are evil, aggressive,
and can magically detect the presence of violators.
(Really. I have no other explanation for my most recent ticket. I had
to drop off an edit to a friend and was away from the car for five
minutes. By the time I got back to the car, the attendant was gone and
the ticket was on my dash. For this reason, you might consider the
purchase of a parking day pass (Ithey're $5.00), even though it
shouldn't be necessary.