Automatic hyphenation

15.04.2012, 17:46

Rea­sons for full jus­ti­fi­ca­tion

Some weeks ago I began to play around with full jus­ti­fi­ca­tion of texts be­yond LaTeX. Fully jus­ti­fied texts are used by pro­fes­sion­al type­set­ters and they can be found in al­most every news­pa­per. Full jus­ti­fi­ca­tion is there nec­es­sary, be­cause oth­er­wise the read­er would loose the ori­en­ta­tion be­tween all the small columns. They also ap­pear more and more in the In­ter­net as it just looks more pro­fes­sion­al and is far eas­i­er to read, in par­tic­u­lar when the para­graph widths are small (think­ing of mo­bile de­vices and multi-columns in HTML5).

Re­spon­sive De­sign

There’s an im­por­tant link to Re­spon­sive Web­de­sign as the jus­ti­fi­ca­tion con­tin­ue.

Get it!

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The overview has gone… and reap­pears!

When be­gin­ning to focus my in­ter­est on mod­ern physics as well as prepar­ing for my the­sis in physics for school I al­ways lost the overview due to the huge mass of in­for­ma­tions. Fur­ther­more I was un­able to find any good ref­er­ence sheet or an overview about all the par­ti­cles of the stan­dard-model of mod­ern phy­ics. So I de­cid­ed in my dis­tress to cre­ate my own one, there­fore I would have to study the sub­ject mat­ter very deep and ad­di­tion­al­ly it con­tin­ue.

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