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Questions relating to the *practice* of research in theoryCS

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If you want to follow a specific field, try arxiv.org.
answered Dec 1 '11 by Raphael
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Especially in TCS/maths, the good old blackboard can be of good use for proofs and examples. If there is none available or you have to project or record, try software implementations such as Lecturnit …
answered Aug 17 '11 by Raphael
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First off: If your are interested in real-time collaborative editing, try something like gobby. It lets you literally edit a document at the same time. As for revision systems, I am only familiar wit …
answered Jan 30 '11 by Raphael
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I attended a talk by Sebastian Lindner in early April this year. He works for Springer Materials working on normalising citation data (can't find a reference, sadly). This is still work in progress, b …
answered May 23 '11 by Raphael
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In addition to what others say, I like the package todonotes for LaTeX that allows to have colorful reminders of what remains to do in the text.
answered Oct 19 '10 by Raphael