Mike Shatzkin’s career in publishing spans five decades; his time programming Digital Book World spans only five years. Shatzkin’s view is that the industry has changed about as much since DBW began as it did in all the decades he participated before DBW. His opening remarks will provide the context for this year’s conference by talking about how […]
Lessons Learned on the Digital Road
Lessons Learned on the Digital Road: How digital change developed in the US bookmarketplace and the English Language View more presentations from The Idea Logical Company.
How the DoJ’s misunderstandings could destroy publishing, and why it’s worth saving
Mike Shatzkin at GW Conference on Ethics & Publishing View more presentations from The Idea Logical Company.
Remaking an Industry: What publishers need to be thinking about in 2012
Mike Shatzkin at DBW2012 View more presentations from The Idea Logical Company To kick off the 3rd annual Digital Book World extravaganza, I wanted to do a quick review of what I think are the things publishers need to be thinking about in 2012. This is a checklist; I’m not going to take much time […]
Making Information Pay 2010: Points of No Return
We have a program packed with information which we always strive for here at Making Information Pay. This conference, as usual, is about what’s changing in our publishing world right now and how we should address it. Before I walk us through this morning’s program, I want to give you two snapshots of the future, first as I see it and then as it was reflected in the answers you and others gave to the survey that tied into this year’s event.
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