Publishing has gone full circle, from markup to WYSIWYG page layout, and back to markup. Meanwhile many of its remaining problems have been solved – in LaTeX.
Wouldn’t you like your book or other document to look as wonderful as those of Edward Tufte? Here’s how to do that in Tinderbox and LaTeX.
Does it matter if your notes are all templates, exporting lists the right way, and why use outline views?
Tinderbox proves an ideal platform for creating and maintaining LaTeX documents, with these export templates and prototypes.
Described as a WYSIWYG LaTeX for Mac, this app attempts to provide integrated editing of both marked-up text and rendered pages.
How many books about computing can compare with Aristotle’s Poetics, or the writing of Steven Pinker or Stephen Hawking?
Which is the best working environment for developing and writing non-fiction books?
Few computer products thrive for over 30 years: the Mac (31 years young), Unix in its many guises (46), and TeX (37) each spring to mind.
Once acquired, text needs to be structured and formatted. This guides you through different formats and editing options.