I couldn’t get up to NYC for Google’s Unbound: Advancing Book Publishing in a Digital World at the New York Public Library on Thursday. Nice of them to ask me tho:
Please join us for a day examining how the book business has changed and how it will continue to evolve. Hear from thought leaders and industry veterans who are taking advantage of our increasingly digital world – from blogs and social networks to print-on-demand and online access.
Some great folks were there though including Chris Anderson, Cory Doctorow, Tim O’Reilly and Seth Godin.
The confab created enough of a stir to merit commentaries around the world including a longish doubtful commentary,
Count this be the final chapter in the life of the book? (Bryan Appleyard in the Sunday Times – London), and many more (Google News search for “Google Unbound”)