Installing Markdown

Erika Knollenberg carrotsails at
Sun Nov 6 21:51:53 EST 2016

Thank you for asking, it's been so long I don't recall how to use this forum. I was able to get my resume submitted successfully, however I was not accepted.  

    On Sunday, November 6, 2016 9:28 AM, mofo syne <mofosyne at> wrote:

 How did you resume go btw?
On Fri, Feb 26, 2016 at 3:49 PM, mofo syne <mofosyne at> wrote:

oh another thing to add. If you don't mind, what does your resume look
like, if you have any pdf copy, that would be great

On Fri, Feb 26, 2016 at 12:37 PM, mofo syne <mofosyne at> wrote:
> Okay, here is a copy of the markdown file (markdown file is .md ). I
> use it to create a pdf via pandoc.
> I recommend using atom editor to edit the file. But
> you could use haroopad as well in
> Or notepad if you really want. You'll get the idea when you see my resume.
> Oh btw, I'm new to resume writing, feel free to provide suggestions.
> On Fri, Feb 26, 2016 at 3:57 AM, Erika Knollenberg
> <carrotsails at> wrote:
>> Yes, that would be wonderful. Most certainly I won't distribute it to
>> anyone. If it makes you feel more comfortable, you could change your
>> personal contact information to dummy info.
>> On Thursday, February 25, 2016 9:34 AM, mofo syne <mofosyne at>
>> wrote:
>> Oh it's literally just a text file where you use email style text
>> notation for **bolding text** or pointing out headers. If you need a
>> copy of my markdown resume, I can show you what it looks like. Just
>> don't go distributing it to everyone.
>> On Fri, Feb 26, 2016 at 1:57 AM, Erika Knollenberg via
>> Markdown-Discuss <markdown-discuss at six.> wrote:
>>> I have been assigned to submit a resume for an application to a school
>>> using
>>> Markdown. They gave me this link:
>>> projects/markdown/ with the following
>>> instructions: "Your resume, written in Markdown and submitted as a GitHub
>>> Gist." I've visted the link and downloaded Markdown. When it didn't have a
>>> way to "install" like typical software, I revisited the site and I
>>> downloaded Perl 5.22.00. I've also downloaded CPAN
>>> ( Digest-MD5/ Now there is a little
>>> blue
>>> icon in the Markdown folder, but all it opens is a black box. It doesn't
>>> open something that should look like this
>>> ( watch?v=oba3Czjyras). I've watched a couple of
>>> tutorials on how to use it and it's fairly simple. I understand all the
>>> 'coding' I need to use. The problem is figuring out how to install the
>>> software. I'm not an IT person. I'm good at using programs, not fixing
>>> them
>>> or understanding things out-of-the-ordinary computer installations. Can
>>> someone please give me some direction (using layman's terms) to get this
>>> up
>>> and moving? Thank you very much for your help. I am using a Windows 7
>>> computer.
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