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Posted on Black Box by Kevan Manwaring The Art of the Earth: creativity and protest Thursday, 25 April Over the last week in London and in major cities around the world there have been an unprecedented number of high profile protests raising awareness about Climate Change and the need for governments to act now - initially by declaring a Climate Emergency. Or is this what writers—Melville, Conrad, Sophocles—were always doing anyway? The very unpresence of people, and all the fabric of our towns and cities, becomes poignant. We imagine mirages of enticing watering holes, friendly faces, gentle voices, or a helping hand. Our solitude makes us painfully aware of all that we lack, even as we relish the peacefulness… Posted on Black Box by Kevan Manwaring Apocalypse! The true could be said for fiction.
I have been preparing for my Creative Writing PhD viva for the last couple of months, and on Monday it took place on campus at the University of Leicester. The BBC Symphony Orchestra played each of the seven planets as were known to Holst magnificently, and there was a fascinating introduction to each provided by Professor Brian Cox, who compared what was known about the planets in Holst's time, compared… Posted on Black Box by Kevan Manwaring The Sprinter and the Marathon Runner Thursday, 2 August In writing the first draft of Black Box I tapped into two sides of my writing personality — the sprinter and the marathon runner.
The idea had been knocking around in my subconscious, like a billiard ball in zero gravity, for some time. This inspiring initiative, the vision of Tim Smit, transformed old china clay pits into a showcase for Earth's biodiversity and state-of-the-art sustainable design. At the heart of the reclaimed industrial landscape, now bursting with greenery and fascinating art and displays… Posted on Black Box by Kevan Manwaring Black Box - a new review Monday, 25 June This is a review of Black Box from the insanely talented Tom Brown, co-creator of the awesome Hopeless, Maine graphic novel series and illustrator par excellence.
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Much wonder awaits the curious. Splendid, enticing rewards await those who sign up to this mission to save planet Earth and pledge to support Black Box. Friday, 11 May Wanting to create a more atmospheric video to promote the novel, a couple of weeks ago I arranged to film in a remarkable location - a perfectly preserved nuclear bunker high in the Cotswolds, next to Broadway Tower.
The bunker is part of the much-loved, ridiculously photogenic National Trust property - the highest point of the Cotswolds. An unusual, but insightful interview - pour yourself a cuppa and enjoy!
Blake And Wight. Set against the backdrop of a dying Earth, the story manages to both square up to the disaster we are unleashing upon ourselves, while refusing to give up all hope.
Eyeless eyes seek the source, incensed at this invasion into its hermetic kingdom. A rumble, penetrating the ice-sheet — a ten-kilometre thick door no one had opened, until now.
Suddenly a glow appears in the under-ice. How about those two folders?
The OPF file is the traffic cop for the ebook, telling the ereader where to find everything, and what everything is. The folder where the OPF is located is called the root directory. Sometimes the OPF is actually on the outermost level of the archive. It is the blueprint on which any ePub file is built. Every file reference given in the ebook will be given relative to this folder. Now the two files are of great interest: The OPF file is our traffic cop.
The NCX is the navigation file. It contains all of the bibliographic and structural information about your ebook: what it is and where it is.
The two important things to remember with XML tags: 1.
You can nest them place one inside another like Russian dolls. You always have to close the most recently opened tag first.
The manifest section, which tells the ereader where to find everything. This tells us that this is an ePub3 file.
If the version number had been 2. Many of the lines begin with an open tag and end with a close tag. They fall into two categories: Some contain all of the data within the tag — for example, all of the item tags lines 22— In that case, rather than have two separate tags with nothing between them i.
For example, look at the guide tag, on line Each type of tag, from the various dc: Dublin Core metadata tags to the itemref tags, has an extremely specific syntax, and learning that is more than I could teach or you would want to learn here. One other thing that you might notice here: the addresses.
The only difference is that where a URL uniform resource locator has to give an address on the open internet, and must contain the protocol for the browser to use when it gets there i.
That tells the ereader to look inside the Images folder for the file called headshot. In ePub2, you needed to create a separate file the NCX file to tell the ereader what to display.
Now, ePub3 is great — but not all ereaders can display it, especially the older ones. Here are the contents of the Images folder for White Robes: Notice that all of the image files are there — the cover, the map, and all of the little images including covers of other books that are scattered throughout.
Remember the spine section of the OPF file? Then change the extension back to. For Macs, this part is a bit more complicated; OS X adds invisible files that mess with the ePub file structure. Drag your file onto the script, and it will take care of re-compressing your folder and renaming the archive with the proper.