@epubpupil does TOC!

I will be taking the Amtrak up to NYC tomorrow morning! I’M SO EXCITED, GUYS, YOU HAVE NO IDEA.

For those of you not attending, I hope you’ll join me on Twitter with the hashtag #TOCCON — I will be livetweeting* the panels and workshops I’m attending. Just follow me at @epubpupil for the tweets!

Keynotes/Panels/Workshops to be covered:

Monday, February 13
Down and Dirty EPUB 3.0: Building an EPUB 3.0 From Start to Finish

Amanda Gomm & Tom McCluskey (Digital Bindery)
9 a.m. EST

HTML5 for Publishers
Sanders Kleinfeld (O’Reilly Media)
1:30 p.m. EST

Breaking the Page: Content Design For An Infinite Cancas
Peter Meyers (Author)
3:30 p.m. EST

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Tuesday, February 14
Keynote by LeVar Burton
LeVar Burton (RRKidz, Reading Rainbow)
9:05 a.m. EST

Changing Times, Changing Readers: Let’s Start With Experience
Tim Cormody (Wired)
9:20 a.m. EST

The Death of the Page, the Dawn of Digital
Matt MacInnis (Inkling)
10 a.m. EST

Renovating Print Assets for Digital Publishing
Michael Rankin (InDesign Secrets)
11:35 a.m. EST

EPUB in the Wild
Elizabeth Castro (Pigs, Gourds, and Wikis)
1:40 p.m.

Metadata is Not a Thing
Laura Dawson (Firebrand Technologies)
2:30 p.m.

Keynote by Baratunde Thurston
Baratunde Thurston (The Onion)
4:45 p.m.

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Wednesday, February 15
KF8 and iBooks Author: Up and Running
Sanders Kleinfeld & Adam Witwer (O’Reilly Media)
9:20 a.m.

How Consumers Discover Books Online
Otis Chandler (GoodReads.com)
10:35 a.m.

Additionally, I’ll be volunteering at the Digital Petting Zoo on Wednesday at around 12 p.m., so please stop by the Astor Ballroom Foyer to get close and personal with some cool devices and e-readers!

See you in NYC and at TOC!

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*Livetweeting only guaranteed by a solid WiFi network. If the connection is too bombarded & slow, then I’ll tweet what I can through my iPhone (can’t type as fast as I would on a laptop, so let’s hope we have working internets!)

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About Iris Amelia

Graduate student at Emerson College. Likes the color purple.

Posted on February 11, 2012, in O'Reilly, TOC, Tools of Change. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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