An impromptu discussion, after Simon Worthington’s workshop “Template This!” at LGM 2014, Leipzig, April 2nd 2014. Simon Worthington leads the Hybrid Publishing Consortium dedicated to research and developing open source publishing infrastructures as well as the co-founder of Mute Magazine. hybridpublishing.org Ale Rimoldi works as a web programmer in Zurich, is a very active member of
Interview avec Nicolas Franck Pauly au LGM 2014, Leipzig. Langue: français Sujets: Metapolator, typographie générative Sur Internet: metapolator.com/ nicolaspauly.com/ twitter.com/nicolasfpauly Interview with Alexei Vanyashin Discussion with Nathan Willis (in two parts)
Reminder: créer une Rolex Open Source. Voix: feat. Julien Deswaef Enregistré le 3 avril 2014 à 21:57 au LGM 2014, Leipzig.
I’m delighted to announce my participation (on behalf of the Greyscale Press publishing project) in the Off The Press conference, May 22-23 2014, organized by the Institute of Network Cultures, Rotterdam. Other speakers include Alessandro Ludovico, Florian Cramer, Traumawien, Sebastian Luetgert, Marcell Mars, Dusan Barok… how exciting to be in such good company! Here’s the abstract of
We received yesterday an anonymous email, asking for questions around the “DEATH OF PRINT”. Here are our answers. THIS IS THEDEATHOFPRINT91 SPEAKING. ON THE INTERWEB, I HEARD A LOT OF RUMOURS THAT YOU LIKE TO FOCUS ON THE FUTURE OF THE BOOK. VERY WELL. I HAVE A FEW QUESTIONS FOR YOU.. i’m happy you heard
A workshop with Julian Oliver and Danja Vasiliev. Zurich, March 2014.
We’re happy to announce that Greyscale Press will collaborate as a guest-editor on the next issue of Libre Graphics Magazine, due for this summer. This issue will be all about Libre / Free & Open Source typography, fonts, publishing and authoring tools – check the call for submissions below. And in the meantime, grab a
November 29, The New Institute, Rotterdam
A collection of public talks by hacker, photographer, cypherpunk and civil liberties activist Jacob Appelbaum. This volume includes the following transcripts: “Personal experiences bringing technology and new media to disaster areas” (2005), covering technology, culture, the Creative Commons and the media with regards to disaster areas and warzones (travels to Iraq, crossing the border by
Following the recent ATypI conference, and triggered by Tom Phinney’s provocative article Free Fonts, Revealed and Reviled, a lively debate is happening right now on the OpenFontLibrary mailing-list. Some contributions – by Vernon Adams, Raphaël Bastide, Pablo Impallari, Eric Schrijver – are an enlightening read for anyone interested in the problematics of libre typeface design and distribution. Some highlights: