I had all kinds of ideas for this newsletter, so it kept growing and growing and . . . arriving later and later in your inboxes. Sorry about the latter, and you're welcome for what I hope you'll think is an excellent Tool Box Journal to which a lot of smart people have contributed.

(Oh, and for those of you who also may have had best-laid plans that didn't exactly turn out the way you intended during "2020," I think we [all] need to face a really important reality: As this year has now moved into the fall, we need to come to terms with the fact that the "2020" moniker doesn't work anymore. The strange and often hard times we're all experiencing and in which we're playing our parts will most certainly not end on December 31, 2020. Should we maybe just call it the "New Now"?)

A number of things ended up being shelved for this edition, so they will appear in the next edition (which in turn should make it much more quickly into your inboxes!). They included two novelties: XTM's "Inter-Language Vector Space" technology -- something that might very well hold some promise -- and Across' new marketplace.

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