A Mute residency at Anagram Books, Berlin, with Simon Worthington
Opening 18 Nov, 7pm, with talk by Simon Worthington RSVP Facebook
Residency 18-27 Nov 2016, 2-8pm - exhibition: live archiving, DIY book scanning and collaborative bibliographies
Location and RSVP. Anagram Books, Lausitzer Str.35, 10999 Berlin.
The Mute Archive - http://metamute.org/archive
Friday 25.11.16, 2-6pm, Anagram, Berlin RSVP Facebook
See also residency opening and information
The Post-Media Condition
by Peter Weibel
During the Beta phase of Progressive Publishing System (PPS) we are using a file managements system called NUXEO as the main interface to our core conversion engine at the heart of PPS.
The feedback we've been getting is that its a little confusing, so we've produced a 'Quick Start Guide' to help you into the eBook building workflow.
'Quick Start Guide' PDF downloadhttp://linkme2.net/r9
A Proposal to form a consortium to support the different software tools needed in a multi-platform digital publishing workflow, based on open standards and Open Source.
An example software chain would be can be found here in this Google Docs presentation and as a appendix at the end of the article.
The project would have the aim of supporting existing projects with research, labour time and further resources.Future Publishing
For Mute Books distribution contact Anagram Books email@example.com
For online purchases visit anagrambooks.com
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