ICC 2013 is over – planning for ICC2014 begins!

This was our biggest Intelligent Content Conference, and I think, our best yet! Thanks so much for everyone involved; volunteers, presenters, staff and venue personnel. We had a great time, met new people, renewed old acquaintances, and learned lots from everyone. We especially enjoyed seeing and hearing how you’ve implemented Intelligent Content into your workflow […]

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Sony joins the ecosystem fray

After well, forever, Sony has released an app for their eReader on the Apple app store. Sony has had a variety of capable eReaders for some time, but up until now hasn’t had a method of supporting iThingies. Their new app is pretty typical (cloud integration, cross platform bookmarks, pretty bookshelf, etc), but the one […]

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Intelligent Content 2013 | San Francisco | February 7-8

The Fifth Annual Intelligent Content Conference takes place in San Francisco on February 7-8, 2013 at the Mission Bay Conference Center at UCSF. This year’s event focuses on helping organizations better understand the emerging discipline of corporate publishing with an emphasis on teaching you what you need to know about the standards, methods, and tools […]

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New eBook readers

This week two new eBook readers were unleashed on the world. Kobo, which is available worldwide released the Touch, and Barnes & Noble released a new version of the Nook, which like all their readers/tablets are available only in the US. (more…)

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Webinar – Developing a DITA-based content strategy for reuse

Presented in conjunction with Data Conversion Laboratory . Join Ann Rockley as she discusses DITA and topic based reuse. Reuse is one of the key features of DITA and many companies have developed their business case for content management on the savings that they expect from reuse. However, few companies actually plan for reuse. (more…)

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