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[]\OT1/jkp/m/n/10 I'm not where I want to be yet (and I def-i-nitely won't be f
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This directory contains files who content is expected to continually change during normal operation of the system, such as logs, spool files, and temporary email files.
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\chapter{A Scanner Darkly, but with a workflow}
I suppose I should have been an archivist. I am always trying to preserve the written word in digital form.
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\item Want to show code blocks? Use the \\ \verb|\begin{verbatim} code block| \verb|\end{verbatim}| \\ construction. (Line breaks are up to you.)
\item Want to show inline code without executing it? Use \verb|verb| followed by two pipes. Place your code between the pipes. (I had to use two of those in \#7, because that code just went right off the edge of the page when I only used one.)
\item Need a little space between elements? Just insert \verb|\,| (that is, a backslash followed by a comma). (This is actually a non-breaking space, so use it judiciously.)
\item The above item is because whenever I invoked \verb|\LaTeX|, the space between it and the next item would disappear. Turns out that you should always invoke it with an empty argument (i.e., \verb|\LaTeX{}|) because without the empty argument, LaTeX is simply looking for the end of the command (i.e., the space) and then moves on. The empty argument tells it that the command is over and to move on. (For more information, see this: \href{https://tex.stackexchange.com/questions/31091/space-after-latex-commands}{\texttt{https://tex.stackexchange.com/ques\\tions/31091/space-after-latex-commands}}.
\item Footnotes reset back to the number one with each chapter. To prevent that, add \verb|\counterwithout{foootnote}{chapter}| to the preamble.
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