April 22, 2019

Compilation: Slides and Other Materials from Books in Browsers 2011

Books in Browsers 2011 is over* and we’re compiling as many of the presentations as we can discover. Check this post often for new entries.

A complete video archive of all presentations here is now becoming available online.

Contributions Welcome!

Wednesday Presentations (Books in Browsers Ignite)

+ Books as Social Objects
Presenter: Henrik Berggren, Readmill
Direct to Slides (via SlideShare)

+ 10 Learnings in a 24symbols Year
Presenter: Justo Hidalgo, 24 Symbols
Direct to Slides (via SlideShare)

+ Update: Open Annotation
Presenters: Rob Sanderson, LANL, and Herbert Van de Sompel, LANL and Open Annotation Collaboration
Direct to Slides (via Internet Archive)

+ How creating an eBook on BiblioCrunch is easier than baking cupcakes
Presenter: Miral Sattar, Bibliocrunch
Direct to Slides (via Slideshare)

+ Introducing MobNotate
Presenter: Ricky Wong, Mobnotate
Direct to Slides (via Internet Archive)

Thursday Presentations

+ Developing a Standard for E-book Bookmarks and Annotation Sharing
Presenter: Todd Carpenter, NISO
Direct to Slides (via Internet Archive)

+ “Libros sin fronteras”
Presenter: Javier Celaya, DosDoce (English Translation via Google Translate)
Direct to Slides (via Internet Archive)

+ First Draft of the Revolution: discoverable narratives in digital works
Presenter: Liza Daly, Threepress
@liza: “Rough, but the HTML5/CSS3 source code for my #bib11 presentation is now up on GitHub”
@liza: “Posted a demo of using CSS3 to embed an HTML5 presentation as a widget (same principle as fixed-layout EPUB).”

+ OPDS 1.1 & Beyond
Presenter: Hadrien Gardeur, Feedbooks
Direct to Slides (via Google+)

+ The Network is Overrated
Presenter: Eric Hellman, Gluejar
Direct to Slides (via Internet Archive)

+ Lessons Learned: 1993-2008(ish)
Presenter: Michael Jensen, NAS/NAP
Direct to Slides (via Internet Archive)

+ EPUB — out of the box
Presenter: Bill McCoy, International Digital Publishing Forum
Direct to Slides

+ It may be a mob, but it is my mob
Presenter: Richard Nash, Small Demons
Direct to Slides (via SlideShare)

+ Electric Incunabula: progressive interactive book design
Presenter: Corey Pressman, Exprima Media
Direct to Slides (via SlideShare)

+ The Future Now: The Social Book
Presenter: Bob Stein, SocialBook
Direct to Slides (via SlideShare)

Friday Presentations

+ Beautiful Art (Books)
Presenter: Greg Albers, Hol Art Books
This presentation is available as an EPUB book
Download Here

+ Responsive Comics
Presenter: Pablo Defendini
Direct to Slides (via SlideShare)
Note: Live proof-of-concept can be seen at: http://www.defendini.com/bib

+ Personalization in Transmedia Storytelling
Presenter: Kevin Franco, Enthrill
Direct to Slides (via Internet Archive)

+ Honey to Bees: From Ebooks to Networked Books
Presenter: Eli James, Pandamian
Direct to Slides (via Internet Archive)

+ Networked books and networked reading
Presenter: Kevin Kelly, Wired
Direct to Slides (via SlideShare)

Voyager Japan: Beautiful Books
Presenters: Toshiaki Koike, Daihei Shiohama, Voyager Japan, (English Translation via Google Translate)
Direct to Slides (via Internet Archive)

+ Competing in an Unpredictable World: How to Prepare for the Future
Presenter: Kassia Krozser, Booksquare
Direct to Slides (via SlideShare)

+ The Beauty of Web-First Workflows (for Books)
Presenter: Hugh McGuire, Pressbooks
Direct to Slides (via SlideShare)

Beyond the Encyclopedia: Non-linear reference works
Presenter: Gordon Mohr, Infinithree
Direct to Slides (via Slideshare)

+ The Opportunity in Abundance
Presenter: Brian O’Leary, Magellan Media Consulting Partners
Direct to Full Text of Presentation

+ SharedCanvas: Collaborative Facsimiles
Presenters: Rob Sanderson, LANL and Benjamin Albritton, Stanford Univ. and SharedCanvas
Slides: Local Copy , via SlideShare

+ Self publishing tools and API’s
Presenter: Miral Sattar, Bibliocrunch
Direct to Slides (via SlideShare)

To the End, Lew
Presenter: Valla Vakili, Small Demons
Direct to Slides (via Internet Archive)

MobNotate: The Story So Far
Presenter: Ricky Wong, Mobnotate
Direct to Slides (via Slideshare)

* Kudos to Peter Brantley and Kat Meyer.

Gary Price About Gary Price

Gary Price (gprice@mediasourceinc.com) is a librarian, writer, consultant, and frequent conference speaker based in the Washington D.C. metro area. Before launching INFOdocket, Price and Shirl Kennedy were the founders and senior editors at ResourceShelf and DocuTicker for 10 years. From 2006-2009 he was Director of Online Information Services at Ask.com, and is currently a contributing editor at Search Engine Land.

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