Monthly Archives: May 2016

A way to export Keynote presentations as proper HTML

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When I give a presentations, my notes are the full text that belongs to that slide. It looks like this: This is great because when you are in “presenter mode” and you stumble over your words, you can just read the slides. I try to rehearse every presentation I do but I don’t always know […]

A few words on open data, local apps and government-subsidized application projects

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I read the Flemish Government is holding a contest where you can win €20.000 if your application makes use of open data provided by Flanders. You have to use a dataset provided by them to be eligible to enter the contest. The power of open data is that application makers can combine data from multiple […]