Integration Publishing

Publishing is an act on integrating. 

When sitting on a flight with my mother on our way to Zürich last night, I bought a new pen from Caran D’Ache (or something like that). It’s made from recycled nespresso pods so this has appeal. Since I had left behind my laptop (short trip, just two nights, but still) I had bought a notebook with ‘Journal’ emblazoned on the front. It’s a good pen and I had already been sketching and writing about Author and Liquid Space, so now I wrote the question:

 

”…how can I write and have my writing-the intentions of my writings-understood, transmit-able, integrated. 

The last few words surprised me: “integrated”. You don’t publish into a vacuum. Publishing is an act of integration!”

We therefore need to really look at the human side of the act of publishing to integrate.

 

 

Founder of The Liquid Information Company, which makes the Liquid | Flow text interaction tool and the macOS word processor Liquid | Author: www.liquid.info