The 2007 O'Reilly TOC Conference Has Concluded
Dates and New York area location for the 2008 edition will be announced soon.
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- Download speaker presentation slides
Kudos for the First TOC Conference
- "A festival of practical geekery" -- Publishers Weekly
- "A techie-meets-publishing idea extravaganza" -- Marci Alboher
- "Eye-opening" -- Booksquare
- "TOC has come along not a moment too soon...If you have any interest at all in the future of books and/or the publishing industry and you didnít make it to TOC, well, youíll just have to try harder next year" -- Medialoper
- "It's a big week and I suspect a much more relevant one these days than the recently held BookExpo." -- Book Patrol
- "Day two brought out the stars and visionaries of the digital publishing universe" -- Publishers Weekly
Technology is transforming publishing. From the way ideas are generated to the packaging of information and delivery of products, technology and change are themes in every aspect of publishing. For publishers, these shifts are taking place so rapidly that it's challenging to keep current--let alone create new, profitable opportunities.
O'Reilly is launching its first Tools of Change for Publishing (TOC) Conference to raise the level of technology knowledge and discourse among book publishers and to spark conversation and creativity for leading change. The TOC Conference will provide insightful analysis, hands-on workshops, and engaging sessions for book publishers. Join us June 18-20, 2007 in San Jose, California for the first O'Reilly TOC Conference, and help shape the future of publishing.
Adam C. Engst
TidBITS and Take Control Books
Center for Citizen Media
University System of Georgia
Tools of Change for Publishing Conference Explores
- New opportunities for publishers and ideas that could spark new business models
- Tech-enabled innovations in editorial, marketing and distribution
- Hidden impacts of technology on strategy, production, consumption and intellectual property
- Successful new publishing initiatives
- Best practices for working with Amazon, Google, Ingram and other big players