#CMPNY Version 1.0, Presented by General Assembly

Code Meet Print NY is the community at the intersection of texts + technology that is contemplating, defining, and helping to build better interfaces for engagement, more relevant curators for discovery, and more useful marketplaces for dissemination of great writing to eager readers.

 

We are thrilled to bring you #CMPNY Version 1.0, Presented by General Assembly, featuring:

  • Richard Nash (of Soft Skull Press) presenting Cursor - Transforming the social contract of publishing by restoring the writer-reader relationship to its true equilibrium.
  • Jacob Lewis (of The New Yorker) presenting Figment - The community for young adult fiction readers and writers can share, connect, and discover new stories and authors.
  • Andy Hunter + Scott Lindenbaum (of Electric Literature) presenting Broadcastr - The new social media platform for location-specific user-generated, sponsored, and published audio
  • Anshul Mathur with the DEBUT presentation of the Literary Genome Project = Pandora x Wikipedia + The Love of Reading + You.
  • Plus a Panel/Talkback featuring all the Presenters above + Brian Joseph Davis of Joyland Magazine, Mia Eaton of LIT Magazine + others!

 

We are also announcing our First #CMPNY Twitter Very Short Story Contest:

  • Just Tweet a story beginning with: "@cmp_ny #vss" (You will then have 127 characters for your story - Extra points for the theme: Texts + Tech)
  • For example: "@cmp_ny #vss It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age reading very long books"
  • To vote, simply Retweet your favorite story (and/or get your audience/fans/family to vote for your story by Retweeting it)
  • Top 7 Crowdsourced Retweets by 3PM on May 10th will be the FINALISTS
  • The First Ever #CMPNY Twitter Very Short Story Contest Winner will be selected by the Speakers on the night of the Meetup.  (Surprise Prize for the Winner..)

 

Drinks and Mingling to follow at General Assembly.  (Code MEET Print!)

 

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  • Adam

    Even thought I'm not a writer, it's really exciting to be present to the paradigm shift in the literary community.

    May 11, 2011

  • lisa d.

    Good presenters - perhaps meet-up portion could be inserted in between presenters next time? many left at end of prezos

    May 11, 2011

  • Calvin R.

    good presentations by presenters, who are all offering interesting new ways to think about publishing or developeing writers, using tech. Also met a few people I need to know. Helped by understanding of how publishing and digital technology are coming together. I'll be at the next event for sure.

    May 11, 2011

  • Marianne

    Had an awesome time and made great connections :)

    May 11, 2011

  • Jeff L.

    This was great. Fantastic presentations, good networking and thought provoking discussion.

    May 11, 2011

  • Glenn N.

    PRE-RSVP Tickets are closed. But 24 Tickets will be available at the Event. See you there!

    May 10, 2011

  • Calvin R.

    Looks great.

    May 10, 2011

  • Monique

    great, thanks!

    May 10, 2011

  • Glenn N.

    We have just extended RSVP/Ticketing to 5PM Eastern Time.

    May 10, 2011

  • Monique

    I went to RSVP for the event tonight just a few minutes after sign-ups closed, is this event RSVP-only?

    May 10, 2011

  • Glenn N.

    Beer + wine provided by General Assembly in the space as the Event closes with the "Meet" portion, May 10th!

    May 9, 2011

Your organizer's refund policy for #CMPNY Version 1.0, Presented by General Assembly

Refunds are not offered for this Meetup.

Our Sponsors

  • General Assembly

    An urban campus for industry + culture transformation through technology

  • Centurion Venture Partners

    Supporting emerging market leaders and startup-driven change

  • Hacks/Hackers

    Journalists + Technologists rethinking the future of news + information.

  • LIT Magazine

    LIT is the journal of The New School's MFA in Creative Writing Program

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