Where will you be in the history of publishing?

June 18th, 2007 @ 5:09 am | David Krug | 7 comments

Just me talking briefly about publishing and asking one really important question.

Where do you want to be in the history of publishing?

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  • http://micah.sparacio.org Micah

    Brilliant David. I needed to hear this. It’s very provocative to hear a call to greatness like this when, if you are like me, you spend most of your day running through the same sloppy grind.

  • http://micah.sparacio.org Micah

    Brilliant David. I needed to hear this. It’s very provocative to hear a call to greatness like this when, if you are like me, you spend most of your day running through the same sloppy grind.

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  • http://gotashotofinnerfuel.com Jecklin

    Some dude in a trailer in Montana…

    you’re more than just some dude in a trailer in Montana, but that idea is what I love so much about the internet.

  • http://gotashotofinnerfuel.com Jecklin

    Some dude in a trailer in Montana…

    you’re more than just some dude in a trailer in Montana, but that idea is what I love so much about the internet.

  • http://www.linkedin.com/in/patrickrafter Patrick Rafter

    David
    Enjoyed your “history of publishing” Web video. My background: I’ve been actively involved in Digital Media since the 80s/90s, when I spent 4 yrs (respectively) at Aldus and Media 100 where I evangelized desktop publishing and later digital video/multimedia. The power of today’s open source media for UCG and citizen publishing is nothing short of extraordinary. Now (as then), new technologies and services are changing and expanding the who, how, why, where of publishing. Indeed, the oft-cited words of A.J. Liebling (1904-63) “Freedom of the press is guaranteed only to those who own one.” are even more profound in the Web age than when he wrote them (1960).