I would never have imagined that I could type a TeX file, view its real-time preview, download the resulting PDF, share it and much more in the Cloud... Yet using WriteLatex it is possible, also without a registration. That's amazing! Finally I can not only edit my templates on the net, but also I manage them from anywhere and on any device.
If you have to prepare your business (or visiting) card and you don't have enough time, you can try ticket.sty, a simple interface to produce these ones and other types as: labels for your files, stickers, pins and other stuff for your office, conferences etc. I put my version (with some hints and additions) of the template for business card.
In these last days I had to find another template for my resume, because people suggest me that Europass CV style is not much appreciate in England. I hope that the following links and examples shall help you to realize a good CV of course using LaTeX.
Today, I will publish the template used for my thesis, it has been updated with the new glossaries package, cleaned and well commented. I think that it is still useful to writing this type of document and others and at the same time it contains some stimulus for reflection for whom is starting to elaborate complex books with table of contents, glossary and bibliography.
I publish the template which I used for the presentation of my Thesis, it could still be useful for write any types of presentation. Latex and Beamer gave me the faculty to focus my main attention on contents, avoiding the definition of color scheme and style. Beside the PDF output works in each PC and projector.
I made some experiments about the embedding of interactive 3D objects into PDF documents with LaTeX, but the results don't satisfy me. The big problem is localized in U3D conversion of my 3D content, whereas the writing of TEX file and compiling with pdflatex, once I had loaded the movie15 package and read the instructions, is very easy and fast.
There are two main items to include 3D graphics in your PDF documents:
In this article I show you a concrete example on the use of my previous tutorials about PDF optimizations, in particular I have added a new pagination, toc and bookmarks. The used PDF is a very old technical dictionary (in English, Italian, French and German), but it is not in copyright and for some words is yet useful.
Generally to facilitate my translations I use the following sites:
When I was planning my site, one of many problems I had, was insertion of mathematical equations in my articles, but I found very soon in MathJax a useful solution. Some time after I discovered another method: MathML, even a recommendation of the W3C math working group! Here there are some personal considerations on them: about usability and convenience in my Drupal experience.
In the previous article I explain how to insert toc and/or bookmarks using LaTeX in a PDF document, omitting a very boring aspect: selection and writing of all parts that you want insert in these ones (avoiding errors when the items are very numerous!). In order to automate this procedure, I wrote a small bash script that converts the output made by JPDFBookmarks in a text file pasteable in LaTeX.
The idea is like to adding bookmark using LaTeX, but in this case I insert a new table of contents, the resulting page numbering and a direct anchor to TOC in every page. How? Using LaTeX of course!