The successor to the popular ‘Books in Browsers’ conference in San Francisco, October’s PageBreak has opened up early-bird registration.
The creator of the Books in Browsers conference series returns with a new program, ‘PageBreak,’ for October in San Francisco.
Speakers at the debut Frankfurt Academic Conference, held online, examined how the coronavirus pandemic and open access are influencing academic publishing.
The two-day Frankfurt Academic Conference program looks at how publishers and libraries are managing open access and the pandemic.
At San Francisco’s Books in Browsers VII, a presentation from the UK offers a Brexit example of the power of storytelling and what ‘data-driven lies’ can do.
‘New stories are emerging in a diverse media world,’ and the Books in Browsers conference series director Peter Brantley has his eyes wide open.
Exploring what Peter Brantley calls the ‘exciting diversity of our image-centric world,’ the 2016 Books in Browsers conference focuses on visual storytelling.
‘This is the edge of the future of publishing.’ Peter Brantley on the future of the industry and of Books in Browsers, with BiB VII scheduled for November 3 and 4 in San Francisco.
Interviews with Brian Wafawarowa, Executive Director of Publishers’ Association of South Africa, and Peter Brantley, director of the Bookserver Project at the Internet Archive in the USA By Nicholas Gary, editor of ActuaLitté On the occasion of UNESCO’s World Forum on Culture and Cultural Industries, being held in Monza, Italy this week, Nicholas Gary of ActuaLitté interviewed participants about the most …
Yesterday, in Part 1, Erik Christopher looked at the e-book models offered to librarians by the United States’ two largest e-book retailers, Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble. Today, he considers the model offered by Overdrive and the future of lending as seen by the Open Book Alliance’s Peter Brantley. By Erik Christopher Despite the user-friendly devices and what they can …