Monday, October 08, 2012
The Clarion Content's editor, Aaron Mandel, will be sitting on a panel with some of Durham's most distinguished publishing figures and journalists, including Lisa Sorg, editor of the Independent, and Julie Johnson, our favorite beer and spirits columnist anywhere. Of course, Dipika Kohli will be moderating. There will even be distinguished guest panelists from Ireland via the power of the internet.
If you want to ask the Clarion Content what has changed most about publishing in our purview, what has been most dynamic? The short is answer is the internet.
The internet has given a range and a depth to publishing we never anticipated we would see. Guest panelists from Ireland are barely the tip of the iceberg. Having grown up and been weaned to research on The Reader's Guide to Periodical Literature, the ability to do topical research on the internet today is stunning.1
1Sure maybe there are no flying cars, but what the Googlierge can find you, it boggles the mind.
Here's what Fish Publishing's Clem Cairns had to say about the State of Publishing:
See you momentarily!