From: Authorea <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue, Jul 7, 2015 at 12:37 AM
Subject: A better word processor for LaTeX
My name is Alberto Pepe and I'm an Associate Research Scientist at Harvard.
Two years ago my colleagues and I posed a challenge: can we build a better word processor for LaTeX? LaTeX is still the best way to write science. But LaTeX requires lots of manual work like managing co-author contributions and references. And although LaTeX is powerful, it's not beginner-friendly.
I'm writing to invite you to sign up and use Authorea (https://www.authorea.com/signup), because it will help streamline your writing. You can use it forever for free. If you find Authorea useful, please support the project: invite your colleagues, send us feedback, or buy a subscription so that we can continue to develop it.
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