WritersCast Interviews Code Meet Print’s Glenn Nano

Posted by on Apr 6, 2013 in News | No Comments

The Code Meet Print Interview by WritersCast’s David Wilk In which the wonderful David Wilk – publishing, distribution and author relations and marketing executive – talks to me about startups vs. growth opportunities, content’s “race to free,” and whether innovation = economic value creation. And video games. “Reading behaviors can be disconnected from economic production…and […]

Speaking at TOC Conference NYC 2013 “Beyond Devices”

Posted by on Feb 23, 2013 in News | No Comments
Speaking at TOC Conference NYC 2013 “Beyond Devices”

Excited to have taken part in a lively and thoughtful discussion on what “social engagement” means for books in 2013 and beyond at the Tools of Change Conference here in New York on February 14th. It was a privilege to share the stage with David Wilk of Booxtrix and Writerscast, Joe Regal of Zola Books, […]

The First Twitter Fiction Festival

Posted by on Nov 5, 2012 in News | No Comments

Twitter has announced its first Twitter Fiction Festival, November 28th-December 2nd. In their words: “Twitter is a frontier for creative experimentation, and we want to invite authors and creative storytellers around the world to push the bounds of what’s possible with Twitter content. If you’d like to take part in the Twitter Fiction Festival, submit your […]

The Laboratory: NYC Startup Weekend

Posted by on Nov 16, 2011 in News | No Comments

Some exciting news is afoot, beginning with a Partnership with NYC Startup Weekend! NYCSW is a series of Weekend events where Designers, Technologists, and Business-Strategy folks form small groups and build web and mobile apps that “could form the basis of a business”. You might have heard of Zaarly, which got its start by winning Startup Weekend LA […]

True Disruption in Publishing Is Yet to Come

Posted by on Sep 13, 2011 in News | No Comments

PageMaker started something big, back in 1985. Blogs have pushed things further and wider than ever before. The Kindle is a high-resolution prototype; hugely significant, but possibly just the first chapter’s last page. True disruptive facilitation of markedly new behaviors across the creation, experience, distribution, consumption, (and other behaviors, yet to be imagined) of content and […]