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General Software Discussion / Re: Text Expander for Windows
« on: March 31, 2019, 11:27 AM »
Oooh! That looks promising. Thanks :)

General Software Discussion / Text Expander for Windows
« on: March 31, 2019, 08:04 AM »
Greetings all, it has been quite a while due to lots of things going on over the last few years (personally, professionally, medically, etc.). That said, I know I can come here for honest and open recommendations so that is what I seek to aid my wife.

She has recently started her own business as a copy editor (much thanks to Stephen for his help in getting her launched) and I am looking for a text expander product for her for the Windows platform. I wanted to see what everyone's thoughts were in the area as I know this has been a long and discussed topic in the past. I use Keyboard Maestro on my MBP and am hoping for something as simplistic. I know there are free scripting tools such as AutoHotKey which is used by quite a few folks here, but I am looking for something with a nice UI she can use on her own.

What recommendations does the group have for this category of software?

Thanks in advance!

Living Room / Re: I'm getting married, wish me luck!
« on: October 13, 2018, 07:39 PM »
Oh man, oh man, oh man, congrats to you both! Truly, M, M, and I wish you both the best and a huge Mazel Tov!

It was the case of the missing PhD student.

As another academic year got under way at Imperial College London, a senior professor was bemused at the absence of one of her students. He had worked in her lab for three years and had one more left to complete his studies. But he had stopped coming in.

Eventually, the professor called him. He had left for a six-figure salary at Apple.

“He was offered such a huge amount of money that he simply stopped everything and left,” said Maja Pantic, professor of affective and behavioural computing at Imperial. “It’s five times the salary I can offer. It’s unbelievable. We cannot compete.”


Living Room / Re: Best Programming Jokes
« on: February 01, 2017, 07:21 PM »
When you just want to watch the world burn, commit this:

#define true (rand()!=0)
#define false (rand()==0)

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