Here just a few items that might be of interest to some:
How to type Ancient Greek as fast as English, and more.
- Renaissance Greek with Ligatures
This unique typeface by Vernon E Kooy—available exclusively here—allows anyone to write like a Renaissance scholar.
- EndNote X1
A standard installation of EndNote provides one with forty reference types, including items as varied as Bill and Film. I found that for the time being I only had use for five—viz. Book, Book Section, Edited Book, Journal Article, and Web Page. For each reference type, EndNote offers fifty fields. I never use more than twenty. If you plan to install one of the styles below, you may first want to install my trim
Reference Types preferences(their phrase…) are stored; it is located in the folder
\Documents and Settings\[Your Folder]\Application Data\EndNote. To install go to Edit » Preferences, select Reference Types, and choose Import.
To install a new style, simply place the unzipped file in the folder
\Program Files\EndNote X1\Styles(or wherever you store your styles):
EN-AUS.Full.ens(1.1) is my base style.
EN-AUS.Oxford.ens(1.0), based on one of EndNote’s Oxford styles, is what I used for my thesis.
FR-AUS.Brepols.ens(1.3), a French style, corresponds to the feuille de style of Brepols Publishers. For a specimen, have a glance at my paper on Priscian (password is