· Naughties
· · 2003
· · · September
· · · · 12 (1 entry)

Keynote vs. the Web · I see that Sam Ru­by has post­ed his ex­cel­lent slide set from the Sey­bold show; they are about as thor­ough and con­cen­trat­ed an in­tro­duc­tion to the syn­di­ca­tion uni­verse as any­thing I’ve seen any­where. I won’t be post­ing ei­ther my slides or those by Bill Humphries, be­cause Keynote won’t let me. That’s kind of a pity; Bill had a storyboard-style ses­sion show­ing how you ac­tu­al­ly do this stuff, with tons of screen­shots of get­ting the job done in Ra­dio, Move­able Type, Blog­ger, and so on. I had pro­vid­ed a ser­mon on Why You Should Care about RSS with lots of cute pic­tures, and a his­tor­i­cal overview of the road from the roots of syn­di­ca­tion through to the Atom pro­jec­t. But as near as I can tel­l, there’s no way to ex­port from Keynote to HTML. It’ll do PDF but there is just no way I am gonna post a 6.7MB chunk of dumb elec­tron­ic pa­per. Hrumph.
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