Archive for March, 2012
We already have some exciting preliminary speakers lined up for BiB in October!
Much can change between here and then, but so far we have:
- Henrik Berggren, Readmill
- Baldur Bjarnason
- Liz Castro, Cookwood Press
- Matt Cavnar, Vook
- Peter Collingridge, Enhanced Editions
- Chris Conley, ACLU Northern California
- Blaine Cook and Maureen Evans, Poeti.ca
- Liza Daly et al., Safari Books Online
- Pablo Defendini, Safari Books Online
- Kevin Franco, Enthrill
- Tobias Green, Playlab London
- Masaaki Hagino, Voyager Japan
- Adam Hyde, Floss Manuals
- Mary Lou Jepson, Pixel Qi
- Kassia Krozser, Booksquare
- Anna Lewis, ValoBox
- Ron Martinez, Aerbook
- John Maxwell, Simon Fraser Univ.
- Hugh McGuire, Pressbooks
- Bill McCoy, IDPF
- Matt McInnis, Inkling
- Craig Mod
- Brian O’Leary, Magellan Media Partners
- Kate Pullinger, writer
- Nancy Ruenzel, Peachpit Press
- Miral Sattar, BiblioCrunch
- Bob Stein, SocialBook
- Stefanie Syman, Atavist
- Michael Tamblyn, Kobo Books
- Clive Thompson, Wired
- Adam Witwer, O’Reilly Media
- Laura Dawson, Bowker
Books in Browsers 2012 will return to the Internet Archive!
We will be in the upstairs pews area, not downstairs, for those who are familiar with our facility.
Sponsoring options are now available; please contact me for more information.
We will require registration fees this year for the first time to offset our costs; however, I expect the attendance will be slightly larger. Registration costs will be partially offset for not-for-profits, educational, early-stage startups, and invited independent professionals. As before, special attention will be provided international attendees.
More information will be available soon.
Books in Browsers 2012 will focus on authoring platforms, portability of the reading experience, and open ebook standards. Stay tuned for more!
Please hold the Dates: October 25-26, 2012, in San Francisco!