Google’s Un-Bound

January 16, 2007

Google Unbound

This looks like it should be very interesting:

Six centuries ago, a German metalworker tinkered with a wine press, metal alloys and oil based ink, perfecting one of history‚Äôs great inventions: the printing press. With the rise of mass publishing, more people than ever were able to access information. Books proliferated. Today, digital technology offers a similar opportunity, and the Internet now represents a powerful platform for promoting and distributing books. Online book sales alone account for nearly four billion dollars in annual US sales—almost 15% of the entire book business. [More]

If anyone is going, I’d love to hear more. Boing Boing’s Cory Doctorow is speaking, so we can hopefully expect to hear more there soon.

Comments are closed. Feel free to email if you have something to say, or leave a trackback from your own site.