triplecanopy.github.io contains links to Triple Canopy’s open-source projects, documentation, and other technology initiatives. Since 2007, Triple Canopy has advanced a model for publication that encompasses digital works of art and literature, public conversations, exhibitions, and books. This model hinges on the development of publishing systems that incorporate networked forms of production and circulation. Read more on our history here.
Triple Canopy has released four content presentation frameworks: ALS, in use from 2008-2010; Horizonize, in use from 2010-2013; Alongslide, in use from 2013-2019; and our latest framework, b-ber, both a method and an application for producing publications in a variety of formats—EPUB 3, Mobi/KF8, static website, PDF, and XML file, which can be imported into InDesign for print layouts—from a single source that consists of plain-text files and other assets. We have also released three iterations of our website and are currently developing our fourth.
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Seth Erickson, Adam Florin
John W. Fail, Camila Mercado, Andrew Ritchie, Anthony Tran