List by Topics 
Program Schedule:
http://www.tug.org/TUG99web/program.pdf


List by Authors 
Talks 
Frederick H. Bartlett 
LaTeX to XML/MathML for WebBased Publication 
Kaveh Bazargan 
Multiuse documents: The role of the publisher 
David Carlisle,
Frank Mittelbach,
and Chris Rowley 
New Interfaces for LaTeX
Class Design: Parts I and II (Abstract)
[SLIDES FROM THE TALK] 
Jeanluc Doumont 
Doing it my way: a lone TeXer in the Real World 
Jeanluc Doumont 
Drawing effective (and beautiful) graphs with
TEX 
Michael Downes 
Avant Garde Mathematical Typesetting 
Jonathan Fine 
Active TeX and the ``dot'' input syntax 
Peter Flynn 
The ``vulcan'' Package: a Repair Patch for LaTeX 
Stephen A. Fulling 
TEX and the Web in the Higher Education of the Future:
Dreams and Difficulties 
Alan Hoenig 
Alternatives to Computer Modern Mathematics 
Patrick D. F. Ion 
MathML: a Key to Math on the Web 
Sergey Lesenko and Laurent Siebenmann 
Viewing DVI files with Acrobat Reader 
Douglas Lovell 
TeXML: Typesetting XML with TeX 
Paul A. Mailhot 
Implementing Dynamic Cross Referencing and PDF with preTeX 
Jeffrey McArthur 
Software Development Projects 
Wendy McKay and Ross Moore 
Labelling Graphics using ``WARMreader'' 
Timothy Murphy 
Java and TeX 
Arthur Ogawa 
Data Publishing with Java and TeX 
Harry Payne 
Making a Book from Contributed Papers: Print and Web Versions 
Chris Rowley 
Beyond DVI ... 
Petr Sojka 
Hyphenation on Demand 
D.P. Story 
AcroTeX: Acrobat and TeX Team Up 
Paul Topping 
Using MathType to create TeX and MathML equations 
Hu Wang 
A WebBased Submission System for Meeting Abstracts 
WORKSHOPS 
Michael Doob 
Writing Class Files: First Steps (workshop) 
Eitan Gurari and Sebastian Rahtz 
LaTeX to XML/MathML (workshop) 
Anita Hoover 
Converting a LaTeX 2.09 Style to a LaTeX2e Class (workshop) 
D.P. Story 
Using LaTeX to Create Quality Interactive PDF Documents
for the WWW (workshop) 
PANEL DISCUSSIONS 
Panel A: Stephen A. Fulling (moderator) 
TEX and Math on the Web 
Panel B: Kaveh Bazargan (moderator) 
TEX in Publishing 
Panel C: Arthur Ogawa (moderator) 
Future of LaTeX 