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Tools to Publish Content
Cargo Collective offers a set of professional web publishing tools to service the design and creative communities:
Our new site builder of almost unlimited capacity, power and functionality, designed to handle any type of project. Typical uses: portfolio sites, digital magazines, design agencies, startups, bands.
A smaller site builder, still very powerful but aimed at projects of a more modest scope. Typical uses: personal profiles, landing pages, flyers, release pages for albums, books or movies.
Coming soon, Observatory is an image streaming platform as well as an image management tool. It can be used for image banks, blogs, books/zines, visual archives.
This week on Cargo
CN/026 — Jan 16 2018
Sleep opens an inn for phantoms
It is said that form follows function but really form is indivisible from function. The same is true for layout and content. Just take a look at Manuel Dilone’s super tight arrangement — his work is inseparable from the display in the most straight-forward way. It is not a little satisfying to see Cargo’s tools used so solidly. 🖖
UpdatesThe latest tools, improvements and modifications
DNS Editor Update — Charlemagne, Caesar, Alexander, Attila all great overseers of their domains — now it’s your turn! …When you buy a domain name from Cargo or link a third-party domain name to a Cargo site, we offer the ability to edit the domain’s DNS settings. This can be used to set up Redirects, connect Google Apps, set up sub-domains, and more. Access it via your Settings tab: Manage your Domains. ♚ ♛ ♞ ♜
In UseExplore the best applications of the Cargo Platform.
@CargoWorldOur Instagram feed featuring prime output from Cargo members
Affection(s)Choices incidental, uncalculated and correct
Gaston Bachelard said: “The repose of sleep refreshes only the body. It rarely sets the soul at rest. The repose of the night does not belong to us. It is not the possession of our being. Sleep opens within us an inn for phantoms. In the morning we must sweep out the shadows.” It seems to us that Pierre Huyghe’s sculpture/installation Zoodram 5 (after 'Sleeping Muse' by Constantin Brancusi) is the best approximation of Bachelard’s mystifying notion.