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What to expect at TOC NY 2013

The brainiac party at the intersection of publishing & digital innovation

Next year’s Tools of Change for Publishing Conference (TOC) lands in NYC February 12-14, 2013. We’d love to see you there! I’m writing to encourage you to register by Thursday, November 8, to get the best price on registration.

My co-chair Joe Wikert and I are focused on one goal: to intelligently blend proven publishing tools and techniques you can put to work immediately with forward-looking insights that will help you plan for the future. We want these three days to be the most useful, mind-broadening, and fun, work-related days of 2013 for you.

Joe and I are developing a program that melds the practical with the inspiration we all need. Ev Williams will tell us about his new post-Twitter venture, Medium. Jennifer 8. Lee’s panel on a digital-first business model will be an eye-opener for us all. BrainpickingsMaria Popova plans to explore “curating in a world of abundance.” Henry Jenkins will share insights about “spreadable media.”

And that’s just a small taste of what you’ll find at TOC 2013. Check out the agenda to see for yourself.

As in previous years, the action may start with the official agenda, but that’s not where it ends. TOC’s “hallway track” offers unrivaled opportunities for networking with fellow attendees, exhibitors, and speakers during the sessions, meals, breaks — and, of course — at TOC’s legendary parties.

Preview the program, and register by Thursday November 8, 2012 to reserve your spot at publishing’s most significant annual gathering — and to save up to $400.

Hope to see you in New York February 12-14!

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