Today anyone can be a publisher – or so the story goes. Is that really the case? Or is there still a role for the “traditional publisher” in the mix?
Join us at Future Of Publishing on May 1, 2012 in San Francisco for a panel on open source tools enabling communities to come together and crowdsource a book from start to distribution via multiple formats.

Women 2.0 members save 20% with discount code “techygirls” when you register here.

Learn from Eileen Gittins (Founder, President & CEO, Blurb), Nancy Ruenzel (VP, Pearson Technology Group & Publisher, PeachPit) and more. Websites are providing books as a URL. Know the address and view comments from the author alongside passionate readers.

Add mobile to the mix, whether app or mobile web, and one wonders what does publishing truly mean today.

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