Posts Tagged: HTML
Markdown to Indesign with Pandoc (via ICML)
As part of the hybrid workflow for the Institute of Network Cultures developed by the INC subgroup, I started a collaboration with Italian graphic designer Roberto Arista in order to write and collect scripts that facilitate the process of importing HTML into InDesign. This set of scripts pre-processes HTML files, preserving such entities like headers, [...]
John Haltiwanger: Free Your Objects (And Let The Subject Follow)
A post by Mathijs Weijers John Haltiwanger was the third speaker of session 2, which focused on publishing workflows, tools and platforms. His talk aimed to give the audience a better understanding of the recent work of Gilbert Simondon on cybernetics theory. Simonodon’s work shines a new perspective on Norbert Wiener’s theory of cybernetics, originally [...]
Vasilis van Gemert: ‘Over 100 jaar kunnen we nog HTML lezen’
Developer and Designer of the Amsterdam Design School for Multimedia (CMD) makes a passionate plea for publishing on the web (in Dutch). ‘Over honderd jaar kunnen we nog HTML lezen’; Vasilis van Gemert over digitaal publiceren from network cultures on Vimeo.
Mark me up, Mark me down!
During the recent Digitial Publishing Toolkit hackathon, the proposal, made in the context of the INC project, for a using a browser-based editing workflow centered on HTML as the core “document” format was challenged in a discussion initiated by Florian Cramer who proposed focusing instead on the Markdown format. The resulting spirited discussion began focussed [...]