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I am getting an eye twitch from trying to follow all the tweets for the Digital Book World Conference (#dbw12). I’ve read lots of interesting tweets, and have clicked several links that I have full intentions of reading. But I’m still following the twitter stream. My brain and reading speed just can’t keep up.
So this post is as much for me so I can go back and catch up on all my good intentions, as it is for you. I have not read these links, so reader beware (though they all seem to come from good sources).
First, a few quick thoughts about what I have been reading:
The buzzwords seem to be be metadata (hmmm, sounds like last year’s conference, what have we learned and/or put into action?), partnerships (Bookmasters is great for this!), and power buyers.
The Romance panel stirred up a lot of blushing, but also a lot of interesting thoughts about what people expect, want, and are willing to pay for.
Now the link love:
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