Still a few minor typos and such.
This is a demo of a "level II" precyber Linotype age restoration of a magazine story.
Done by starting with Acrobat's Cleartype and overlaying my Gonzo Utilities.
Full text searchibility, full editability, total source code availability, new color, potentially small file sizes (figure dependent), ability to use ordinary scanners and deal with guttering, ordinary standard fonts with zero OCR missed candidates.
With minimal rekeying and redrawing.
We actually worked with NBS on this project. Who at the time were developing an ill fated television vertical interval time base. The networks eventually flushed it in favor of closed captioning and their own diagnostic stuff.
I also wanted to use this for an always accurate WWVB clock, only to discover that WWVB reception relibility was less than negligible. Mesmerizingly awful, even. A power increase did not help much, and their new super modulation seems to have all the development chips currently stuck in the pipe.
I thought that using a ROM for automatic pushbutton timezone conversion was a big deal, but the customers voted with their feet. To this day, few people fully appreciate the significance of a NIST traceable, self resetting, always accurate clock.