I am indebted to a number of colleagues who kindly gave permission to use a selection of figures in this article. Michael Kramer provided the cute animation of the rotating neutron star presented in Fig. 2 . Vicky Kalogera provided the graph used in Fig. 15 . Joe Taylor and Joel Weisberg provided the updated orbital decay curve of PSR B1913+16 shown in Fig. 23 . Fig. 20, based on unpublished timing observations carried out at Jodrell Bank, was supplied by Andrew Lyne. Vicky Kaspi provided the millisecond pulsar timing residuals and comparison of their timing stabilities shown in Figs. 25 and 21 respectively. Andrea Lommen provided the pulsar timing residuals from the Arecibo timing program used to produce Fig. 27 . Frequent use was made of NASA's magnificent Astrophysics Data System  and LANL's preprint archives  during the literature searches. Finally, I'd like to thank the Living Reviews editor, Theresa Velden, for being extraordinarily patient, and for putting up with many a feeble excuse from me during the writing of this long-overdue update.
|Binary and Millisecond Pulsars at the New Millennium
Duncan R. Lorimer
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