You can't judge a book by its computer

The future of print books is in for an overhaul. The person who realizes this perhaps more than anyone is Edwardsville resident Bill Harroff, who will speak in Cairns, Australia, this weekend on (r)Evolutionary (e)Books."

"Titled "Book: from Creator to Consumer in the Digital Age," the conference will unite some of the world's leading innovators in publishing, editing, art, librarianship, printing, authoring, and information technologies to address the past present and future of the book."

"Harroff, McKendree College Reference and Information Technologies Librarian, and fiance Charlotte Johnson, director of user services at SIUE, will present a workshop on (r)Evolutionary (e)Books to their peers exhibiting the fast-paced turn of the book form." (from Edwardsville Intelligencer via Ebook Ad)