Fixed Price: Not Sure
| Posted: May 11, 2015 | Ends: 3d, 7h |
You're an incredible writer, and you're just nuts about everything mobile. I'm managing an online magazine about mobile devices, especially app opinion/analysis. We're a match made in heaven. --- I'm assembling a team of approximately 10 friggin' fantastic writers to create the mobile magazine of my dreams. It already has an audience in the thousands - I want to grow it to millions, based on boasting the best content in the industry. That's where you come in. I'm offering $50/800-1500 word research/opinion/analysis article about mobile, especially focused on apps (both Android and iPhone, as well as general mobile culture). No limit to how many you can do each week, as long as they're super high quality. If we get along great, you'll become a regular part of my freelance writer A-team. --- Examples of the kind of articles I'm looking for: Personal mobile stories - [obscured] /how-i-found-love-with-tinder-dating - [obscured] /2015/04/opinions/why-i-ha...
Category: Article Writing
Fixed Price: Less than $500
| Posted: May 08, 2015 | Ends: 17h, 25m |
I need someone with experience with LaTeX and pandoc (Haskell tool for conversion of files between multiple formats). Pandoc can take a markdown file and process it to PDF, which it does via LaTeX (hidden step). The conversion traditionally uses a default.latex template to format the PDF output. I need to have this template edited so that the PDF output conforms to a style for our journal. I would supply an example LaTeX .tex file for an article, along with our journal's LaTeX .cls file and an example bibliography file and an example of the PDF we are aiming for. We are currently manually editing the .tex masterfile to insert authors submissions and produce our PDF. The goal is to produce markdown from the author submission and then convert this automatically using pandoc.
Category: Other IT & Programming