Believe it or not, I would sit in my hotel room the night of SUGI
registration and use the proceedings to help me determine which papers to go
to. Too often the abstracts don't tell enough - so I would do a little
From: Amy Roehrig Swinford [mailto:aimless@FIBER.NET]
Sent: Monday, March 26, 2001 8:27 AM
Subject: Re: SUGI Proceedings
You are not alone. I am already tired of having to swap out CDs to use the
online help - now I have to swap them for the SUGI papers as well. Sometimes
like to look at a manual and a paper simultaneously, and now I won't be able
to. Plus, if you are doing something on the web (for help producing HTML, or
in this case PDF files), it steals your session and you lose what you were
looking at just by going to the manual or papers to reference a small point.
guess this is just one more of those things that I used to like about SAS
they've taken away.
"Clanton, Sharon" wrote:
> Not only will the proceedings not be available in book form at the
> conference, but I was told they will not be published at all this year. I
> think the CD-ROM is great for pulling out code, but having an open book is
> much easier when reading through the papers.
> Am I the only one who is extremely unhappy about this new "feature"??