By Edward Nawotka
Today, the publishing industry’s digerati and illuminati have gathered in New York City for the annual O’Reilly Tools of Change conference. If you weren’t able to spare the time from work (or couldn’t convince your boss to sump up the $1,245 registration fee), then fear not: for the first time, O’Reilly will be streaming the keynote speeches live.
So, sit back, grab a coffee and enjoy the amazing line up of speakers — from Arianna Huffington, who happens to be one of the few peole who is sanguine about the future of online journalism, to Ramy Habeeb director of Arabic-language e-book publisher Kotobarabia.com (who we profiled here), to William Patry, Google’s senior copyright counsel who will surely have plenty to say after last weeks’ court hearing.
Most talks are scheduled to last a very reasonable 25 minutes.
The talks start Tuesday at 8:45 a.m. EST with Peter Collingridge of Enhanced E-books talking about, well, enhanced e-books. See the scheduled speakers and their times here.