The Current History of the Future of Publishing: Margaret Atwood speaks at the Tools of Change conference

This is a phenomenal presentation — from Margaret Atwood! — on the changes taking place in the publishing industry… and why we shouldn’t freak out about it. My favorite bit is her definition of “publishing,” because the rest of this presentation stems from that one seminal idea, and it’s awesome.

The video of her presentation is a full 33 minutes long. (You read that correctly: minutes.) So it takes a while to load. But it’s totally worth it.

Tools of Change: The Publishing Pie, February 15, 2011 After a blisteringly energy-packed sets-hair-on-fire Book Camp 2, the O’Reilly’s Tools of Change #toccon publishing conference in New York rolled forth on February 14-16. I gave an author’s-view keynote on February 15 called ‘The Publishing Pie,’ which you can see at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-6iMBf6Ddjk It’s a new experience for me, speaking to techfolk- they’re so sharp their brains poke through their skulls like the pins in the Scarecrow … Read More

via Margaret Atwood: Year of the Flood

(PS: I have the biggest crush on Margaret Atwood right now.  She rocks this presentation!)

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