Open Bookmarks: The Beginning

October 28, 2010

I’ve just launched a blog and a wiki over at Open Bookmarks – if you missed the original post about the project, it’s here.

The blog’s for keeping up to date with the project: subscribe to the RSS to keep up-to-date.

The wiki is where the discussion will happen. At the moment, it’s read-only, but it will be opened up to registered users at the end of November. In the mean time, it contains some short pieces of introduction:

Please have a read if you’re interested in contributing to the project, keep an eye on the blog, and start thinking about the challenges involved.

The reason we’re starting slowly is that I’m off to India for a couple of weeks. In part, I’ll be following up on last year’s visit, and catching up on the current state of publishing and particularly ereading in the subcontinent. See you in mid-November when we’ll move into higher gear.

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