• ## Happy Holidays! 2017 Remembered…

Posted on December 28, 2017
 Happy Holidays from everyone here at Overleaf! It’s amazing how quickly this year has flown by—and what a year it has been! We’ve seen huge growth and exciting changes and as always, we owe a huge THANK YOU to our customers and users. We certainly wouldn’t be where we are today without your support. So THANK YOU!!! We wanted to share our 2017 highlights with you all—for both the company and for individuals on the team. We hope you find them interesting! Thanks again for an amazing 2017 and here’s to a fun, happy and successful 2018 for you all!
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• ## Community in Focus: Professor Tim Weninger on how we consume and curate information

Posted by Chris on December 21, 2017
In this article we introduce you to Tim Weninger, who is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Notre Dame. Amongst other things, Tim is working to make AI assistants like Siri and Alexa smarter and in this article he shares some details of his current research projects. But first, let’s take a quick look at where it all began...
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• ## An interview with David Fuchs: TeX pioneer and designer of the DVI file format

Posted by Chris on December 20, 2017
TeX has a rich history and it’s our pleasure to publish this interview with David Fuchs—a name that will be a familiar name to anyone who is aware of the origins of TeX. David worked with Donald Knuth for almost 8 years to develop the first versions of TeX and MetaFont and was also responsible for designing TeX’s original output format: the DVI file format.
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Posted by Ryan on December 20, 2017
In LaTeX, you can use the % (percent sign) to comment out a line of text in your source code. If you'd like to include comments that appear in the PDF of your project, you can use the "Todo Notes" package.
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• ## Tip of the Week: Private Templates

Posted by Ryan on December 7, 2017
If you'd like to create a project template for your own use, without publishing it to the gallery, you can!
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