Peter Brantley

Peter Brantley
Director, BookServer Project

Website | @naypinya

Peter Brantley is the Director of the BookServer Project at the Internet Archive, a San Francisco-based not for profit library. He contributes regularly to several blogs on libraries and publishing, discussing transformations in media and information access. He serves on the board of the International Digital Publishing Forum, the standards setting body for digital books. Peter has significant experience with academic research libraries and digital library development programs, and was previously the Executive Director of the Digital Library Federation, a not for profit membership organization of research and national libraries.

Sessions

Keynote
Location: Broadway North (6th Floor)
Peter Brantley (BookServer Project)
Average rating: **...
(2.81, 16 ratings)
The explosion of publications on the web, in combination with increasingly ubiquitous broadband networks, accessible from ever-more mobile computing platforms, leads us to consider how literature might serve as a collection of data to enable new services on the web. Read more.
General
Location: Broadway North (6th Floor)
Kate Eltham (Queensland Writers Centre), Marc Prud'hommeaux (Lexcycle), Brent Lewis (Harlequin), Peter Brantley (BookServer Project)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 3 ratings)
More than half the world's population now has a mobile phone. What are the benefits of integrating a mobile content strategy into your publishing process? Can you afford to ignore it, or push it to the edges of your business? Read more.
General
Location: Chelsea-Gotham (7th Floor)
Peter Brantley (BookServer Project), Susan Danziger (DailyLit), Sol Rosenberg (Value Chain International, Ltd.), David Wilk (Booktrix), Caroline Vanderlip (SharedBook Inc.), Jamie Carter (Publisher Alley)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
We are in a transitional period: basic reading and distribution patterns are carrying over from traditional models, but these methods are also being shaped by new habits and systems that are only beginning to emerge. This panel will discuss the implications of this reading/distribution transition, the new economics at play, and the impact technology will have on future reading. Read more.
Sponsors
  • Impelsys Inc.
  • Ingram Industries
  • oXygen XML Editor
  • Adobe Systems, Inc.
  • codeMantra
  • Connotate
  • DPCI
  • Innodata Isogen, Inc.
  • LibreDigital
  • Lulu
  • Malloy
  • Mark Logic
  • Media Services Group
  • Quark, Inc.
  • ReadHowYouWant
  • RSuite
  • Safari Books Online
  • Smashwords, Inc.
  • Sterling Commerce
  • Verso Digital

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