[TUHS] AT&T video about Unix from 1982

Jacob Ritorto jacob.ritorto at gmail.com
Thu Nov 6 05:13:56 AEST 2014

I searched for them for a while a couple months ago when I first saw these
(awesome) old unix videos.  Are there more of these vids floating around?
Anyway, as to my brief search for wwb, there are a couple of companies who
have equivalents for Windows, not sure if they're just ports or what, but
that's not gonna help me.  Then there's a plethora of
writing-assistant-type stuff available for emacs.  However, I, too, would
very much like to find the original writer's workbench programs.  I
actually used them, licensed, in a real, live writing lab in college.  Hope
they're open sourced by now...

On Wed, Nov 5, 2014 at 1:18 PM, Jeremy C. Reed <reed at reedmedia.net> wrote:

> I sometimes use style and diction tools from GNU project. (I have some
> enhancements I need to share back.)
> The video also mentioned "proofer" from WWB. Where can I find the
> Writer's Workbench (WWB) tools like proofr, punct, double, splitinf,
> prose, findbe, abst, org, and maybe others?  (It would be nice if there
> were some maintained versions that I can use on NetBSD now, but if not
> I could port them as needed.)
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