The second article in my Digital Book World series on value co-creation is up! http://www.digitalbookworld.com/2011/co-creating-value-with-audiences-%E2%80%93-7th-son-obsidian/ Series history: Co-Creating Value with Customers (first article)
In a stroke of what can only be called good fortune, Digital Book World has given me the opportunity to write a series of articles about applying the principles of value co-creation to publishing. Over the next several months, I’ll be circling around the topic in general as well as providing specific examples. Look for […]
Earlier today I tossed out a question to the twitterverse: “Attn writers: Would you prefer to be paid more for your work (and have less rights) or be paid less (and have more rights)?” My suspicion was that in a digital era where self-publishing is taking an increasingly larger piece of the traditional publishing’s pie, […]
I was a speaker on the DBW 2011 panel, “Rethinking Rights in a Transmedia World.” The panel was moderated by Emily Williams and also featured Richard Curtis of E-Reads and David Marlett of enkHouse.
Thrilled to be on a panel at Digital Book World 2011 and (finally) making my way back to NYC! The panel is “Rethinking Rights in a Transmedia World,” and it will look at the business models, collaborative aspects of entertainment, and revenue potential under the umbrella of transmedia storytelling. So, I’m hitting the Big Apple […]