Cygnus Media to Deliver Case Study at ABM Seminar in NYC on March 27

If you’re a B2B publisher interested in learning more about the latest advancements in content marketing, don’t miss this seminar hosted by the ABM and sponsored by Adobe where the topic “Understanding Content Marketing and Making Money from It” will be explored. Speakers will delve into why this is such a hot topic, share statistics...

University of Oregon literature seminar first in nation to focus on ‘cli-fi’ genre

No sooner had NPR aired a story nationwide about the emerging ‘cli-fi’ literary genre than a California literature professor named Stephanie LeMenager announced she would be teaching a winter 2014 seminar titled ”The Cultures of Climate Change.” LeMenager (photo at right), who got her PhD from Harvard in 1999, teaches at the University of California in Santa Barbara wher...

Inaugural Digital Publishing Seminar Held In Ghana

From the WorldReader blog (blockquotes omitted): The sun was shining and our publishing partners were filing in the door. Every single publisher we work with in Ghana was represented, most of them by more than one person. I was about to lead the inaugural Worldreader Digital Publishing Seminar, and I couldn’t have been more excited...

“Copyright and Commerce” seminar from the Copyright Clearance Center

Looks like an interesting session at the Newseum.  Here’s what CCC says about it: On Monday, May 9, Copyright Clearance Center traveled to Washington, D.C. and the Newseum‘s Knight Studio for a lively and fascinating discussion on “Copyright and Commerce.” First to speak with CCC’s Chris Kenneally was Marybeth Peters, U.S. Register of Copyrights, 1994 to 2010. [...]

Every Other Summer, Somewhere in the Museum Publish-Verse …

When I wrote about my first trip to the National Museum Publishing Seminar two years ago on this site, I addressed the reasonably new task given to publishers of managing digital content without being any less of a print publisher. Much as happened with the three times I attended Digital Book World and Tools of Change...

From the Sub-Basement to the Imperial Ballroom, Digital Publishing is Moving on Up

At this year’s National Museum Publishing Seminar, I moderated and spoke on a panel on digital publishing. Joining me were e-book production artist Tina Henderson, whose current obsession is “dual-orientation multi-touch ibooks”; Elisa Leshowitz, who works with a terrific roster of client publishers and oversees the growing e-book program for ARTBOOK | D.A.P.; and Edyta...

Adobe Announces Spring DPS Training Events for United States

Adobe has announced the company will conduct a free event related to using DPS in various United States cities during March, April, and May 2014. The company says “the seminar is a one-day session for Adobe Creative users who would like to learn more about DPS and for technical users interested in workflow, app creation,...

InDesignSecrets Podcast 158

Listen in your browser: InDesignSecrets-158.mp3 (17.1 MB, 31:39 minutes) See the Show Notes for links mentioned in this episode. News David's Adobe MAX recap Adobe's new Single Edition DPS Anne-Marie at InDesignSecrets Live seminar in Las Vegas, Nov 2 Interview with James Fritz and Mike Rankin New Podcast Feature: "Who Knew?" Quizzler...

Catch a Replay of Webinar for Business Media Publishers

Bridget Roman and Colin Fleming from the DPS team recently presented a one-hour seminar to members of the ABM, the Association of Business Information & Media Companies, that focused on reducing production costs and generating revenue with digital magazines. If you are a business publisher who is considering moving from a PDF version of your...