Submitted by Chris Bourg on Fri, 09/19/2008 - 12:17.
Submitted by mschaefe@stanfo... on Thu, 09/18/2008 - 17:51.
Want to have your own copy of an out of copyright book, printed and bound while you wait? The University of Michigan is the first university library to install the Espresso Book Machine, able to reprint a book from its digitized collections for about $10.00. The Dean of the Libraries at U-M, Paul Courant, calls it a historic moment in book publishing and distribution. For more information, read the U-M press release.
Submitted by Chris Bourg on Wed, 09/17/2008 - 13:45.
Nowhere are changes happening faster than on the Web. To help keep magazine, book, association and corporate communications professionals abreast of these changes, Stanford Publishing Courses is again offering its PUBLISHING ON THE WEB workshop November 16-19 in Monterey, California.
“In this intense three-day workshop, we cover a lot of ground,” says Holly Brady, director of Stanford Publishing Courses. “The latest thinking in user-generated content, site design, business strategies, editorial practices, legal issues, new technologies, video podcasts, online advertising, SEO, blogging – these issues and more together form a curriculum that’s both in-depth and wide-ranging.”
PUBLISHING ON THE WEB is taught by a distinguished faculty of media professionals. They include Susan West and Michael Gold, West Gold Editorial; Kevin McKean, VP/editorial director of Consumer Reports; Sean Nolan, director of Men’s Health; Matt Cohen, CEO and founder of OneSpot; Molly Wood, executive editor of CNET.com; Rand Fishkin, CEO of SEOmoz.com; Scott Karp, founder of the Publishing 2.0 blog; and Cody Simms, senior director of product management for Yahoo!.
Submitted by mschaefe@stanfo... on Mon, 09/15/2008 - 20:26.
A conversation with the authors of this year's Three Books program will take place Wednesday, September 17, at 7:15 pm, in Memorial Auditorium.
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