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Joe K.


Cupertino, CA

Member since:

July 16, 2012


Do you have any driving questions about the future of the book?

What can the digital book/magazine reading experience look like, if we really think outside the box of just trying - and often failing - to duplicate old dead tree concepts? And if we succeed, is the day fast approaching when even book authors will earn most of their income from associated advertising revenue and personal appearances at readings and lectures?


Former book biz guy, current startup guy, and longtime resident at the intersection of language, software, and content. Also on Meetup as "IMUG" when co-organizing International Multilingual User Group events, & author of http://www.pinyin...­

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