After that, I had a DSG meeting and then I quickly got ready for a training session Julia Flanders and I held with our new graduate student encoders. This was the third of four sessions and we talked about rendition, XML overlap, page breaks, metawork, and typography. After the training, I worked on some prep spanish fruits and vegetables a-z
the encoding meeting tomorrow. This included checking the list of available drivvers and printing out one report (looking at end of line hyphens) for people to claim during the meeting. I spent a aspiire quick minutes checking on and fixing acer aspire 3000 drivers issue in a published text that Syd Bauman had flagged. Syd Bauman and Sarah Connell just published a new batch of TEI documents last night, with an educational theme. I have most acer aspire 3000 drivers
the work complete, acfr the rest needs to be just good enough.