2012 Speakers

  • Adam Hyde (FLOSS Manuals) – Social Book Production
  • Adam Witwer (O’Reilly Media) – We’ve got the tools. Let’s start using them.
  • Anna Lewis (ValoBox) – Books in browsers … what next?
  • Bill McCoy (IDPF) – Teaching the browser EPUB 3 (and learning on the way)
  • Brian O’Leary (Magellan Media Partners) – The library within us
  • Chris Conley (ACLU) – Digital Books and dotRights
  • Craig Mod – Why aren’t you publishing on Facebook?
  • Henrik Berggren (Readmill) – Learnings from a year of building a service for readers
  • Hugh McGuire (Pressbooks) – Authoring for Discoverability
  • John Maxwell (Simon Fraser Univ.) – The Webby Future of Structured Markup: Not Your Father’s XML.
  • Kassia Krozser (Booksquare) – What Do Readers Want? Books! How Do They Want Them? Every Way Possible!
  • Kate Pullinger (author) – Having My Cake
  • Kevin Franco (Enthrill) – Endpaper Engine
  • Laura Dawson (Bowker) – When a book is not a book.
  • Liz Castro (Pgs, Gourds, & Wikis) – Zen* and the art of the modular book
  • Liza Daly (Safari Books Online) – The self-publishing book
  • Masaaki Hagino (Voyager Japan) – Enhancement of the Book
  • Matt MacInnis (Inkling) – /multimedia ebooks/
  • Matthew Cavnar (Vook) – Reading across devices
  • Maureen Evans and Blaine Cook (Poeti.ca) – Dear Editor: conversation in an electronic age
  • Michael Tamblyn (Kobo Books) – /data lessons/
  • Miral Sattar (BiblioCrunch) – You’ve picked your authoring plaform. Now what?
  • Nancy Ruenzel (Peachpit Press) – Lessons from the ebook foundry
  • Pablo Defendini (Safari Books Online) – Reading on the big screen.
  • Peter Collingridge (Enhanced Editions) – Failure is an option
  • Ron Hogan (Beatrice) – Beatrice: My foray into self-publishing
  • Ron Martinez (Aerbook) – Books in Clouds
  • Stephanie Syman (Atavist) – The Reader Experience
  • Tobias Green (Playlab London) – The Written World