2011 Speakers

  • Bill McCoy (IDPF): EPUB — out of the box; EPUB4: Engineering the networked experience
  • Bob Stein (SocialBook): The Future Now: The Social Book
  • Brian O’Leary (Magellan Media Partners): The opportunity in Abundance
  • Corey Menscher (Findings): Findings: Preliminary Days
  • Corey Pressman (Exprima Media): Electric Incunabula: progressive interactive book design
  • Craig Mod (Flipboard): Beautiful Books
  • Eli James (Pandamian): Honey to Bees
  • Eric Hellman (Gluejar): The Network is Overrated
  • Gordon Mohr (Infinithree): Beyond the Encyclopedia: Non-linear reference works
  • Greg Albers (Hol Art Books): Beautiful Art (Books)
  • Hadrien Gardeur (Feedbooks): OPDS v1.1+
  • Hugh McGuire (Bookoven): The Beauty of Web-first Workflows
  • James Bridle (Booktwo/STML): Books as Data
  • Javier Celaya (Dos Doce): Libros sin fronteras
  • Joseph Pearson (Inventive Labs): The Ebook’s Ambit
  • Kassia Krozser (Booksquare): Competing in an Unpredictable World
  • Kevin Franco (Enthrill): Personalization in Transmedia Storytelling
  • Kevin Kelly (Wired): Networked books and networked reading
  • Liza Daly (Threepress): First Draft of the Revolution: discoverable narratives in digital works
  • Mary Lou Jepsen (Pixel Qi): Readers and Accessibility
  • Maureen Evans (Author): Elegantly On- and Offline. Blaine Cook (Programmer)
  • Michael Jensen (NAS): Books in Browsers, 1994-2004
  • Miral Sattar (BiblioCrunch): Self Publishing Tools and APIs
  • Nicole Ozer (ACLU): Digital books: a new chapter for reader privacy
  • Pablo Defendini (Open Road Media): Sly Mongoose: A Responsive Comic
  • Peter Meyers (Author):The Infinite Canvas
  • Richard Nash (Cursor Books): It may be a mob, but it’s my mob
  • Ricky Wong (Mobnotate): (Smart) social reading
  • Rob Sanderson (LANL) and Benjamin Albritton (Stanford Univ.): Shared Canvas
  • Todd Carpenter (NISO), Rob Sanderson (LANL), James Bridle (Booktwo/STML): Bookmarks: reports
  • Toshiaki Koike, Daihei Shiohama (Voyager Japan): COMA Voyager
  • Valla Vakili (Small Demons): To the end, Lew