The Books app demonstrates how stultified is the approach to text on computers. It’s carefully engineered to work like a book, not to bring any new powers to text or reading.
A listing of over 50 articles, and a detailed index of the topics covered in them, from adornments to zoom.
Using composite notes and included text to pull together content from existing notes, and displaying chosen content in a timeline.
A new hypertext combining Tennyson’s poetry and superb paintings from those associated with the Pre-Raphaelite movement. Free to download.
The code scrapbook is finished, and has now produced its first set of articles. Five articles in around ten minutes seems pretty impressive to me.
Making sure that macOS doesn’t mangle source code behind your back, and a simple solution to getting notes exported in the right order.
The idea was to create a single document which would get the best out of both apps. Here is my solution, and the file to download.
Adding images to the parallel hypertext, tidying its Map view up, and more. Includes a tip for better debugging and reader testing.
Putting the entire content of Book 1 into a Storyspace/Tinderbox document, to view the Latin and English in parallel.
One way to produce a hypertext document with parallel views of the text in two languages. This gives the reader the option to see one or both.