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June 20, 2007


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Jason Marcuson

Neil sounds disappointed by and pessimistic about this publishing conference so far. Since the conference is called "Tools of Change," were there any good tools? Or any changes of note?

Neil Edde

Reading over my notes, I can see how it would sound like I was disappointed with yesterday's proceedings. Not the case, really. There has been an odd but interesting mix of old school / new school publishing discussion going on, and suffice it to say that the conference agenda isn't the only agenda at play here in San Jose. Lots of competing interests trying to place nice together for a couple days. Our friends at O'Reilly deserve credit for bringing such a diverse group of publishing and technology professionals together. This is the first TOC conference, so I'm willing to forgive any shortcomings in individual sessions.

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