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nY-web, literary blogging

January 18th, 2010 · Tags: · Comments Off on nY-web, literary blogging

Alexandre Leray and Lauren Grusenmeyer just finished an intense collaboration for the website of the literary platform nY— website en tijdschrift voor literatuur, kritiek & amusement, voorheen yang & freespace Nieuwzuid.

nY-web exists indepently next to the paper edition with it’s own editorial staff, writers categories and settings. While nY is a magazine with a profound literary history it confirms it’s existence as an independent web platform, that is to say — it uses full virtues of publishing online.

Conversion is costly

May 20th, 2009 · Tags: · · · · 1 Comment

Notes from print/pixel Last week, OSP attended the print/pixel conference in Rotterdam, a two day event gathering publishers, designers, marketeers and document engineers to look at the ever shifting relation between digital and paper publishing.1 For an integral report, see blog-posts by Jouke Kleerebezem and Arie Altena here: http://blog.wdka.nl/communication-in-a-digital-age. Our notes are fragmentary. The organisers […]

Turning around practises

March 25th, 2009 · · 3 Comments

Doing a partition on my computer forced me to cynically erase all my data. Since Mac OSX Tiger did not provide any kind of Bootcamp assistant (it was exclusively held for Leopard) and executing partitions through the Terminal was not really pleased by my system, I was forced to reinstall my whole system… un bouleversement qui est inévitable.