Digital Book World is one of the leading conferences, where the entire digital publishing industry gets together and talks about the current state of affairs and future of e-readers and ebooks. Staff writers Paul Biba and Mercy Pilkington are both live in New York City and will be attending the entire conference. We will be bringing you the latest news, interviews, and previews of all the sessions and speakers. If you have a vested interest in digital newspapers, magazines, or publishing, you won’t want to miss it!. Every year, we provide the most comprehensive analysis of the entire event! All day long we will be producing tons of content, so stay tuned.
This is a shot of the Hilton where DBW will be getting started tomorrow morning. It’s fairly warm, but rainy, in NYC right now, but that doesn’t matter because I won’t see the light of day at all of tomorrow. The directional signs are just going up in the hotel:
Paul Biba is a retired corporate international lawyer who has worked in 53 countries. Since he is a very fast reader he came to ebooks out of self-defense in order to avoid carrying a suitcase of books on his travels around the world. An early ebook adopter, he has read on Palms, Pocket PCs and practically every device that has been out there. After being a frequent contributor to TeleRead.com, the oldest ebook/epublishing blog on the net, Paul became TeleRead’s Editor-in-Chief, a position he recently resigned. Send Paul an email to firstname.lastname@example.org