The Teletype Studies are amazing, but I like to keep a web browser away from my gear. I tried printing them out, but the diagrams, video, etc. waste a lot of ink and paper.
First, I edited the HTML files to remove headers, footers, videos, and links to other studies. I then took the screen diagrams and inverted them to use less ink. I used Acrobat to quickly import these HTML files and generated a slightly messy PDF: TeletypeStudiesPDF 1.0.pdf (2.3 MB)
That PDF is fine, but there are a few formatting issues (notably, some of the tables and images are split at page breaks). I used Pandoc to convert the HTML files to LaTeX: ttStudies.tex (80.1 KB)
Here’s the immediate output of that (which I somewhat prefer over the other PDF): ttStudies.pdf (1.5 MB)
The LaTeX file could be improved (page breaks between Parts, a header for the current part, better formatting of inline code blocks, author listing, etc.), but I spent three hours on this last night which triggered my “Why am I doing this instead of making music?” callback Also, I know LYX much better than pure LaTeX, and LYX didn’t want anything to do with that file. If there are any LaTeX wizards who want to improve that file and post their output here, it’d be much appreciated!
EDIT: Here’s the awesome, recommended version of the PDF with help from @zebra below