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 […]

Isn’t Piracy Missing the Point?

Posted by on Jan 31, 2012 in Commentary | No Comments

Given the the delayed SOPA/PIPA voting and Code Meet Print’s continued exploration of innovation across content experiences as well as commerce models, I thought it would be pertinent to assemble a different flavor of speakers for the next #CMPNY Meetup.* A Call for Submissions: Please respond with ideas/suggestions or hopes/dreams of people who hold sway within […]

#CMPNY Version 4.0: “Content + Conversation” Presented by General Assembly December 6th

Posted by on Nov 23, 2011 in Events | No Comments

Code Meet Print [NY] continues our exploration of innovation around Texts + Tech with demos + dialogue at Version 4.0: “Content + Conversation” Presented by General Assembly – December 6th at 7PM, with a fantastic lineup: Findings – Co-Founder Corey Menscher presents the Betaworks company that lets you store, share, and search snippets of text from eBooks and web pages, including integration with Kindle […]

Code Meet Print Toronto: Reading is Social

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

People are approaching reading differently and engaging the reader now involves Social Platforms, Game Mechanics and Crowd Sourcing to mention a few. This Wednesday November 23rd, Code Meet Print Toronto explores, with: Tim Maly –  Tim runs quietbabylon.com and his work has appeared in The Atlantic, McSweeney’s, East of the Web, Icon, and Volume Magazine. He enjoys […]

#CMPNY Version 3.0: “Reader. Writer. Interface.”

Posted by on Sep 15, 2011 in Events | No Comments

Code Meet Print NY continues our series of Innovation Demonstration (+Dialogue) around Texts + Tech with  Version 3.0: “Reader. Writer. Interface.” Presented by General Assembly – September 20th at 7PM, with provoking presentations/demos by: Readability  – Initially a reading tool from Arc90 (codebase in Flipboard + Safari 5), it has now swelled into a popular uncluttered reading experience on web/mobile that […]