TOC 2013 Schedule

Below are the confirmed and scheduled talks for Tools of Change for Publishing Conference in New York City 2013 (schedule subject to change).

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Broadway Ballroom North
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10:45am The Direct To Consumer Cycle - from Publisher to Reader….and back! Doug Lessing (Firebrand Technologies), Micah Bowers (Bluefire), Susan Ruszala (NetGalley)
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11:35am What Readers Want: Goodreads Answers Your Questions Otis Chandler (Goodreads.com)
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1:40pm Global eBook Domination Through Better Metadata Ashleigh Gardner (Kobo)
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2:30pm The Open Book Laura Dawson (Bowker)
Broadway Ballroom South
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1:40pm End To End Accessibility: A Journey Through The Supply Chain Dave Gunn (Royal National Institute of Blind People), Sarah Hilderley (EDItEUR Ltd), Doug Klein (Nook Media, LLC), Rick Johnson (Ingram | VitalSource)
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2:30pm Publisher Evolution: Embracing Change Through Partnerships Laura Baldwin (O'Reilly Media, Inc.), Phil Ollila (Ingram Content Group Inc.)
Astor Ballroom
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10:45am Preparing Content for Next-Generation Learning Greg Grossmeier (Creative Commons), Michael Jay (Educational Systemics, Inc.)
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11:35am Scientific Articles To The People Jens Hofman Hansen (State and University Library, Denmark)
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1:40pm Event
Publishing Startup Showcase Mark Jacobsen (O'Reilly AlphaTech Ventures), Otis Chandler (Goodreads.com), Liza Daly (Safari)
Duffy/Columbia
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10:45am The Third Tier: Between the Big Six and Self-Publishing, a Digital-First Business Model Jon Feldman (Open Air Publishing), Jennifer Lee (Plympton), Evan Ratliff (The Atavist)
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11:35am The World From Another View - Small And Non-US Publishers Going Global Tobias Nielsén (Density (of Volante))
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1:40pm America vs. The World (and Itself): Publishing in the Age of Globalization Edward Nawotka (PublishingPerspectives.com)
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2:30pm Intuitive XML-first Maximizes Publications David Rech (Scribe), Andrew Hughes (Random House), Neil Litt (Princeton University Press), Joe Vriend (HarperCollins Christian Publishing - Zondervan)
Chelsea/Gotham
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10:45am How Do I Successfully Migrate To EPUB 3/HTML5? John Wheeler (SPi Global)
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11:35am From PDF To Professional Publishing Quality ePUB 3 Under 1 Hour: Introducing Silk Evolve Patrick Martinent (Newgen KnowledgeWorks Pvt Ltd)
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1:40pm Industry Experts Dialog about “The Evolution of Intellectual Property and Contract Management in the Digital Age” Greg Pizzuti (IBM Software), Gregg Guest (Fadel Partners, Inc.), Pascal Honscher (O'Reilly Media, Inc.), Julie Irish (Harvard Business Publishing), Edward Klaris (Condé Nast), Kris Kliemann (John Wiley & Sons Inc)
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2:30pm Winning eBook Strategies: The iPublishCentral Workshop Sameer Shariff (iPublishCentral)
Soho Complex
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10:45am Open Standards in the Walled Garden Amanda Gomm (Digital Bindery), Tom McCluskey (Digital Bindery)
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11:35am Buy Once, Sync Anywhere Oliver Brooks (ValoBox and CompletelyNovel)
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1:40pm Book as API Hugh McGuire (PressBooks / LibriVox / Iambik ), Alistair Croll (Solve For Interesting)
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2:30pm Designing And Creating A Social Book App Using Open-source Technologies Haig Armen (Emily Carr University of Art + Design)
Empire
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10:45am The Future of Content and Online Learning –– Are You e-Textbook Ready? Kent Freeman (Vital Source Technologies Inc., an Ingram Content Group Company)
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11:35am The Digital Book Market: A Segmented Approach Jim Hamilton (InfoTrends), Jo-Ann McDevitt (Association of Educational Publishers), Peter Givler (Association of American University Presses)
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2:30pm Improving Your Margins Sol Rosenberg (Copia Interactive, LLC), Seth Kaufman (Copia Interactive)
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8:45am Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
Welcome & Announcements Kat Meyer (O'Reilly Media, Inc. ), Joe Wikert (O'Reilly Media, Inc.)
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8:55am Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
Some Reasons for Optimism Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.)
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9:10am Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
How to Change the Future Brian David Johnson (Intel Corporation)
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9:25am Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
Unbound Matt MacInnis (Inkling)
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9:35am Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
Top 10 Reasons to Plan for a Successful Migration to EPUB 3/HTML5 John Wheeler (SPi Global)
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9:45am Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
Henry Jenkins in Conversation with Brian David Johnson and Cory Doctorow Henry Jenkins (University of Southern California), Brian David Johnson (Intel Corporation), Cory Doctorow (EFF)
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4:00pm Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
Wednesday Afternoon Keynotes
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4:05pm Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
Present Shock Douglas Rushkoff (Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus)
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4:20pm Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
Medium Evan Williams (The Obvious Corporation)
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4:25pm Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
The Future of Publishing, Authoring, and the Internet: A Fireside Chat with Douglas Rushkoff and Evan Williams Douglas Rushkoff (Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus), Evan Williams (The Obvious Corporation)
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4:40pm Plenary
Room: Broadway Ballroom
Great Expectations for Digital Publishing with HTML5 and the Open Web Platform Jeff Jaffe (World Wide Web Consortium (W3C))
10:15am Morning Break- Sponsored by SPi Global
Room: Exhibit Hall
3:15pm Afternoon Break- Sponsored by codeMantra
Room: Exhibit Hall
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5:00pm Event
Room: Exhibit Hall
Exhibit Hall Reception
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8:00pm Plenary
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Roundtables
7:45am Coffee
Room: 7th Floor Foyer
6:00pm Dinner
Room: On Your Own
12:20pm Lunch- Sponsored by Qbend
Room: 5th Floor
10:45am-11:30am (45m) Session
The Direct To Consumer Cycle - from Publisher to Reader….and back!
Doug Lessing (Firebrand Technologies), Micah Bowers (Bluefire), Susan Ruszala (NetGalley)
11:35am-12:20pm (45m) Session
What Readers Want: Goodreads Answers Your Questions
Otis Chandler (Goodreads.com)
1:40pm-2:25pm (45m) Session
Global eBook Domination Through Better Metadata
Ashleigh Gardner (Kobo)
2:30pm-3:15pm (45m) Session
The Open Book
Laura Dawson (Bowker)
10:45am-11:30am (45m) Session
Worldwide Mobile Content And Commerce Usage And Trends - What You Need To Know To Thrive In A Global Economy
Marjorie DeHey (MEF)
11:35am-12:20pm (45m) Session
Lean Publishing: The Future of Publishing, for Authors and Publishers
Peter Armstrong (Leanpub)
1:40pm-2:25pm (45m) Session
End To End Accessibility: A Journey Through The Supply Chain
Dave Gunn (Royal National Institute of Blind People), Sarah Hilderley (EDItEUR Ltd), Doug Klein (Nook Media, LLC), Rick Johnson (Ingram | VitalSource)
2:30pm-3:15pm (45m) Session
Publisher Evolution: Embracing Change Through Partnerships
Laura Baldwin (O'Reilly Media, Inc.), Phil Ollila (Ingram Content Group Inc.)
10:45am-11:30am (45m) Session
Preparing Content for Next-Generation Learning
Greg Grossmeier (Creative Commons), Michael Jay (Educational Systemics, Inc.)
11:35am-12:20pm (45m) Session
Scientific Articles To The People
Jens Hofman Hansen (State and University Library, Denmark)
1:40pm-3:15pm (1h 35m) Event
Publishing Startup Showcase
Mark Jacobsen (O'Reilly AlphaTech Ventures), Otis Chandler (Goodreads.com), Liza Daly (Safari)
10:45am-11:30am (45m) Session
The Third Tier: Between the Big Six and Self-Publishing, a Digital-First Business Model
Jon Feldman (Open Air Publishing), Jennifer Lee (Plympton), Evan Ratliff (The Atavist)
11:35am-12:20pm (45m) Session
The World From Another View - Small And Non-US Publishers Going Global
Tobias Nielsén (Density (of Volante))
1:40pm-2:25pm (45m) Session
America vs. The World (and Itself): Publishing in the Age of Globalization
Edward Nawotka (PublishingPerspectives.com)
2:30pm-3:15pm (45m) Session
Intuitive XML-first Maximizes Publications
David Rech (Scribe), Andrew Hughes (Random House), Neil Litt (Princeton University Press), Joe Vriend (HarperCollins Christian Publishing - Zondervan)
10:45am-11:30am (45m) Sponsored Session
How Do I Successfully Migrate To EPUB 3/HTML5?
John Wheeler (SPi Global)
11:35am-12:20pm (45m) Sponsored Session
From PDF To Professional Publishing Quality ePUB 3 Under 1 Hour: Introducing Silk Evolve
Patrick Martinent (Newgen KnowledgeWorks Pvt Ltd)
1:40pm-2:25pm (45m) Sponsored Session
Industry Experts Dialog about “The Evolution of Intellectual Property and Contract Management in the Digital Age”
Greg Pizzuti (IBM Software), Gregg Guest (Fadel Partners, Inc.), Pascal Honscher (O'Reilly Media, Inc.), Julie Irish (Harvard Business Publishing), Edward Klaris (Condé Nast), Kris Kliemann (John Wiley & Sons Inc)
2:30pm-3:15pm (45m) Sponsored Session
Winning eBook Strategies: The iPublishCentral Workshop
Sameer Shariff (iPublishCentral)
10:45am-11:30am (45m) Session
Open Standards in the Walled Garden
Amanda Gomm (Digital Bindery), Tom McCluskey (Digital Bindery)
11:35am-12:20pm (45m) Session
Buy Once, Sync Anywhere
Oliver Brooks (ValoBox and CompletelyNovel)
1:40pm-2:25pm (45m) Session
Book as API
Hugh McGuire (PressBooks / LibriVox / Iambik ), Alistair Croll (Solve For Interesting)
2:30pm-3:15pm (45m) Session
Designing And Creating A Social Book App Using Open-source Technologies
Haig Armen (Emily Carr University of Art + Design)
10:45am-11:30am (45m) Sponsored Session
The Future of Content and Online Learning –– Are You e-Textbook Ready?
Kent Freeman (Vital Source Technologies Inc., an Ingram Content Group Company)
11:35am-12:20pm (45m) Sponsored Session
The Digital Book Market: A Segmented Approach
Jim Hamilton (InfoTrends), Jo-Ann McDevitt (Association of Educational Publishers), Peter Givler (Association of American University Presses)
1:40pm-2:25pm (45m) Sponsored Session
Unleashing the Power of Reader Community Through Video Chat Events
Steve Gottlieb (Shindig)
2:30pm-3:15pm (45m) Sponsored Session
Improving Your Margins
Sol Rosenberg (Copia Interactive, LLC), Seth Kaufman (Copia Interactive)
8:45am-8:55am (10m) Keynote
Welcome & Announcements
Kat Meyer (O'Reilly Media, Inc. ), Joe Wikert (O'Reilly Media, Inc.)
8:55am-9:10am (15m) Keynote
Some Reasons for Optimism
Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.)
9:10am-9:25am (15m) Keynote
How to Change the Future
Brian David Johnson (Intel Corporation)
9:25am-9:35am (10m) Keynote
Unbound
Matt MacInnis (Inkling)
9:35am-9:45am (10m) Keynote
Top 10 Reasons to Plan for a Successful Migration to EPUB 3/HTML5
John Wheeler (SPi Global)
9:45am-10:15am (30m) Keynote
Henry Jenkins in Conversation with Brian David Johnson and Cory Doctorow
Henry Jenkins (University of Southern California), Brian David Johnson (Intel Corporation), Cory Doctorow (EFF)
4:00pm-4:05pm (5m) Keynote
Wednesday Afternoon Keynotes
4:05pm-4:20pm (15m) Keynote
Present Shock
Douglas Rushkoff (Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus)
4:20pm-4:25pm (5m) Keynote
Medium
Evan Williams (The Obvious Corporation)
4:25pm-4:40pm (15m) Keynote
The Future of Publishing, Authoring, and the Internet: A Fireside Chat with Douglas Rushkoff and Evan Williams
Douglas Rushkoff (Throwing Rocks at the Google Bus), Evan Williams (The Obvious Corporation)
4:40pm-5:00pm (20m) Keynote
Great Expectations for Digital Publishing with HTML5 and the Open Web Platform
Jeff Jaffe (World Wide Web Consortium (W3C))
10:15am-10:45am (30m)
Break: Morning Break- Sponsored by SPi Global
3:15pm-4:00pm (45m)
Break: Afternoon Break- Sponsored by codeMantra
5:00pm-6:00pm (1h) Event
Exhibit Hall Reception
8:00pm-10:00pm (2h) Event
Roundtables
7:45am-8:45am (1h)
Break: Coffee
6:00pm-8:00pm (2h)
Break: Dinner
12:20pm-1:40pm (1h 20m)
Break: Lunch- Sponsored by Qbend

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Sponsorship Opportunities

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