Books In Browsers

Books in Browsers: Building the Next Book

BiB IV: Schedule

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The BiB program was livestreamed.

October 24, 2013:

08:00-08:50
Coffee

08:50-09:00
Welcome

09:00-09:20
Session 1: A Book Isn’t A Book Isn’t A Book with Manuel Schmalstieg, Head – Geneva and Greyscale Press / [slides].

09:20-09:40
Sesson 2: Books (and Readers) in Browsers with Jason Merkoski, BookGenie451 / [slides].

09:40-10:00
Session 3: Artists Books Reborn: New Platforms and the Meaning of Materiality with Steve Woodall and Clifton Meador, Radical Publishing Project, Columbia College Chicago / [slides].

10:00-10:10
Group Discussion

10:10-10:30
Break

10:30-10:50
Session 4: Lean Publishing Lessons Learned at Leanpub with Peter Armstrong, Leanpub / [video]

10:50-11:10
Session 5: Interactivity is What You Do with Baldur Bjarnason, Unbound / [slides] (.key) / [video]

11:10-11:30
Session 6: Network Tense: How to Approach a Contemporary, Technologically-Mediated World with James Bridle, Booktwo / [slides] / [video]

11:30-11:40 
Group Discussion

11:40-12:00
Break

12:00-12:20
Session 7: Beyond the Text: Writing Undercover on the Web with Anna Von Veh, Say Books / [slides] / [video].

12:20-12:40
Session 8: The Death of the Reader with Adam Hyde, BookSprints / [slides] / [video].

12:40-12:50
Group Discussion

12:50-13:50
Lunch

13:50-14:10
Session 9: A Pragmatic Trip Towards a Vision: Is a ‘Books as a Service’ Platform Meaningful in Tomorrow’s Publishing World? with Justo Hidalgo, 24 Symbols / [slides] (.key) / [video].

14:10-14:30
Session 10: The Blind Men and the Elephant with Peter Haasz, OverDrive / [slides].

14:30-14:40
Group Discussion

14:40-15:00
Break

15:00-15:20
Session 11: Writing and Editing in the Browser with Mandy Brown, Editorially /

15:20-15:40
Session 2: Landing Gear: A Writer, A Novel, A Publisher, An API. with Kate Pullinger, Bath Spa University / [slides].

15:40-15:50
Group Discussion

15:50-16:10
Break

16:10-16:30
Session 13: We love paper and pixels with Etienne Mineur, Head – Geneva and les editions voluminiques / [slides] / [video] (.key).

16:30-16:50
Session 14: Mobilizing: Mobile Screens and Artistic Practices with Dominique Cunin, EnsAD /

 

October 25, 2013:

08:00-08:50
Coffee

08:50-09:00
Welcome

09:00-09:20
Session 1: Beyond Intuitive UI: Design Considerations for Attention, Rhythm, and Weight with Allen Tan, the New York Times / [slides] (.key)

09:20-09:40
Session 2: Designing on the Edge: Digital Paratext and the New Reading with Corey Pressman, Exprima Media

09:40-10:00
Session 3: Gradient Tagging with Anthon Astrom and Lukas Zimmer, Astrom/Zimmer / [slides]

10:00-10:10
Group Discussion

10:10-10:30
Break

10:30-10:50
Session 4: Annotation, Data, and the Living (“e”)Book with Dan Whaley and Jake Hartnell, Hypothes.is /

10:50-11:10
Session 5: Believing in Robots with Keith Fahlgren and Peter Collingridge, Safari /

11:10-11:20
Group Discussion

11:20-11:20
Lagniappe: Pathagar with Sameer Verma,  SFSU

11:20-11:40
Break

11:40-12:00
Session 6: Digital Books: A New Chapter for Reader Privacy with Nicole Ozer,  ACLU-NorCal / [slides].

12:00-12:20
Session 7: Born Accessible with Gerardo Capiel, Benetech / [slides].

12:20-12:30
Group Discussion

12:30-13:30
Lunch

13:30-13:50
Session 8: Textbooks in Browsers: An Editor for Creating, Adapting, and Sharing with Kathi Fletcher, Shuttleworth Foundation / [slides] / [video]

13:50-14:10
Session 9: Collaborative Authoring, Use, and Maintenance of a Multidisciplinary “E-Textbook”with Robert Glushko, School of Information, UC / [slides] / [video]

14:10-14:30
Session 10: The Inhuman Future of Digital Reading with Bill McCoy from IDPF / [video]

14:30-14:55
Group Discussion

14:55-15:15
Break

15:15-15:35
Session 11: The Craft of the Book in the Age of the Web with John Maxwell, Simon Fraser University and Haig Armen, Lift Studios / [slides] / [video]

15:35-15:55
Session 12: Sausage and Laws with Hugh McGuire from Pressbooks / [slides] (.key) / [video]

15:55-16:15
Session 13: The Business of Culture in our Post-Industrial Times with Richard Nash, Cursor Books / [slides] (.key) / [video]

16:15-16:30
Group Discussion

 

October 26, 2013:

Hackday: all day at swissnex san francisco, 09:00-16:00
With an introduction by Stephen Woodall and Clifton Meador, Radical Publishing Project, Columbia College Chicago / [slides]

 

Written by gracemoss

September 3rd, 2013 at 7:29 pm

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