Sun, 14 Sep 2003 15:59:01 GMT

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䴜ve seen anywhere. I won䴜t be posting either my slides or those by Bill Humphries, because Keynote won䴜t let me. That䴜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䴜s no way to export from Keynote to HTML. It䴜ll do PDF but there is just no way I am gonna post a 6.7MB chunk of dumb electronic paper. Hrumph. [ongoing]


keynote lets you export to pdf and export to quicktime, either of which is preferable to the web for most presentations… keynote documents are xml though…. schema is here so it really is not so much of an issue of “it doesn't” as “no one has made it” there is a keynote tools group at opendarwin