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Thad McIlroy is an electronic publishing analyst and author based in San Francisco. A well-established expert in the technology and marketing issues surrounding electronic publishing, color imaging and the Internet, he has authored a dozen books and over 200 articles on these subjects.
His site, www.thefutureofpublishing.com, is the most in-depth on the subject. McIlroy provides consulting services to publishing and media companies, printers, design and advertising agencies, as well as the full range of vendors serving the publishing industry.
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The Future of Publishing
Thad McIlroy is an electronic publishing analyst and author, and founder of the website www.TheFutureofPublishing.com. Nearly a decade in the making, it is the most comprehensive source of information on where publishing is heading. With over thirty-years of experience in the publishing industry, he is a
well-established expert in the technology and marketing issues surrounding electronic publishing, color imaging and the Internet. He has authored a dozen books and over 200 articles on these subjects. McIlroy also served for five years as Program Director for Seybold Seminars. As a consultant and analyst Thad McIlroy works closely with publishing and media companies, design and advertising agencies, as well as vendors serving the electronic publishing industry. He serves also as an expert witness on patent litigation in the graphic communications industry. McIlroy is on the editorial board of the journal Learned Publishing and the Canadian literary journal, Geist. He is a member of the Technical Association of the Graphic Arts (TAGA), the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), and of Content Management Professionals (CMP). For three years in a row McIlroy was named as one of Canada’s 50 most influential people in graphic communications. McIlroy has spoken at the Seybold Conferences, the Gilbane Content Management conference, the Henry Stewart DAM conference, XPLOR, ePublishing (Denmark), the NAPL Top Management Conference, the I S & T Annual Conference, the International Association of Graphic Arts Service Providers (IPA) Technical Conference, and Prepress Asia.
The Future of Publishing
The goal for The Future of Publishing (.com) is to be the most comprehensive source of information on the present and the future direction of all sectors of the publishing industry. My blog supplements the core content with insights into the latest developments in publishing technology and its impact on the
business. Topics include Forecasting & Futurism, the Information Explosion, Libraries, Mobile, Movies, Music, Ebooks, and more.
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