A report from the first Semantico Online Publishing Symposium can now be found in Logos, the journal of the world publishing community. If issue 21 has just hit your desk look out for Issues in Mobile and Cross-platform Content Delivery by John Helmer. We’re pleased the event generated some great discussion and we’ll be holding more dinners, accompanied by wine. Write-ups will follow here on the blog.
discoverability and robot waiters. In the Publishing Professionals Network group the discussion moved quickly from discoverability to plagiarism and it became clear that for some, publishing anything in the digital arena is fraught with risky danger. While, personally, I tend to think of users as researchers and professionals with legitimate access, I realise that others see only a seething mass of plagiarists and pirates out there, just waiting to sink their teeth into the innocent little ebooks. Continue readingOf all the tasks I perform as Semantico’s marketing executive, curating our presence on LinkedIn is my favourite. I never know how the thousands of people who read the blog pieces we put up are going to react, but I know they’ll always give me something unexpected. So it was with our recent post on
Semantico’s MD Richard Padley recently gave a presentation at the second Tools Of Change Frankfurt. This one-day conference brings together innovative people, companies and organisations from the fields of publishing and technology to discuss compelling new business models and the strategic objectives of an ever-changing industry. Richard contributed an introduction to one of the hottest topics of the Frankfurt Book Fair, mobile delivery (abstract here). If you couldn’t be in the room but would like to know more you can watch Richard’s presentation now … Continue reading
We’re frantically packing our bags for the white hot intensity of FBF, but the book fair isn’t the only place you’ll find us next week. On the 5th of October Richard Padley will be speaking at Tools of Change Frankfurt at the Marriott Hotel, Hamburger Allee. He’ll be providing an overview of mobile delivery options in his cunningly titled talk, Mobile Delivery Options, an overview. Registration for the event is still open. Meanwhile intrepid Sales Director, Gareth Bish, will be at the STM Annual Frankfurt Conference at the Westin Grand, Konrad Adenauer Strasse. It’s still possible to register for the event. Feel free to introduce yourself to Richard or Gareth for a quick chat or to book in a last minute meeting. I’ll be in hall 4.2 making the stand look beautiful and wondering how on earth everyone’s going to get finished by the morning. I get all the best jobs. To see the results of my handiwork and catch up with all the developments at Semantico over the last year drop by Hall 4.2 Stand L442. See you there.