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I was bumbling around the WWW this evenin' and found the following Unicode
tools for the Unicode community (or the Unicode-curious).

Bjondi Character Agent - A freeware unicode-savvy replacement for the
Windows Character Map.  Very handy, and very clever but I don't think it
knows very much about Unicode 3.
http://www.bjondi.com/

AbiWord - An Open Source Word-processor for a wide variety of MS and Unix(-
like) platforms that can load, edit and save UTF-8 plain text, RTF, HTML
and LaTeX files, as well as it's own format.
http://www.abisource.com/

The Code2000 font - A TTF that supports an astounding number of Unicode
(v3.x?) pages (including the ever-elusive IPA Extensions), and is only
slightly over 800KB in size when zipped.  AFAICT it beats CyberBit hands
down in both regards, and IMHO it's slightly more readable.
http://home.att.net/~jameskass/

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