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Ubiquitous PDF: The writing is on the wall

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A PDF-savvy poster known as ‘saul’ has created large-format wall hangings from several classic, public-domain texts. Not only this, but he has provided step-by-step instructions on how users can create their own.

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Ubiquitous PDF: Cup of Nations wallchart

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Courtesy of BBC Sport, the full schedule of all 32 games at the African Cup of Nations is currently available as a printable wallchart.

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This week in PDF: Forms, (standards) bodies and Miami heat

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Welcome to the first edition of ‘This week in PDF,’ a new weekly column designed to give a quick overview of major developments in and around the PDF space. This week sees a new release of Jaws PDF Creator 4.0 for the Mac, while the Ghent PDF Workgroup takes center stage in Miami and an online HTML form processor adds PDF support.

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PDF show-and-tell with Stephan Jaeggi

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XPLOR International will be holding the first ‘PDF-FORUM for Print Production’ as part of its big annual event in Miami Beach in February, 2006. A supporting partner of the event, Planet PDF spoke with conference chair and well-known Swiss PDF expert Stephan Jaeggi about the highlights of this new show.

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PDF Forum for Print Production in Miami

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XPLOR has announced that it will be running its inaugural PDF FORUM for Print Production in Florida’s Miami Beach Convention Center. Swiss expert Stephan Jaeggi, well known for his extensive knowledge of PDF prepress, will chair the PDF FORUM.

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Ubiquitous PDF: The man behind the neutron bomb

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Boing Boing has just released a profile of Sam Cohen, the creator of the weapon descried by Cohen as ‘…the most moral weapon ever invented.’ The 10,000-word article, entitled ‘The Profits of Fear’ was written by Charles Platt, and is available for download in a variety of formats including PDF.

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Ubiquitous PDF: US not safe from electronic attack

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The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has thus far failed to adequately secure internet infrastructure. The Government Accountability Office has released a PDF report that states that the US is not prepared for the possibility of a cyber-emergency, and that there could be serious consequences.

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