The Economics of Information

A session at Big Design Conference 2011

Friday 15th July, 2011

10:00am to 11:00am (CST)

We live in interesting times. Publishing content no longer requires huge upfront expenses, so publishing companies no longer get to be gatekeepers for information. Audio, video, and multimedia are within reach for anyone with a computer. The biggest obstacle to publishing is now the time required for an author to develop expertise on a topic. What does this mean for our information flow? How will technical information be delivered in the near future?

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Sarah O'Keefe

Principal at http://scriptorium.com, content strategy for technical communication. Cooking, reading, knitting, kayaking, swimming, biking. bio from Twitter

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Time 10:00am11:00am CST

Date Fri 15th July 2011

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