We’re up and running!
This year the Intelligent Content Conference will be held on February 22-24th. February 22nd will be workshops and regular sessions, panels, etc. on the 23rd and 24th.
We’re looking forward to seeing you there!
For more details, or to become a presenter or a sponsor, please visit the Intelligent . . . → Read More: Intelligent Content 2012
We’re ramping up for the Intelligent Content Conference 2012 to be held this year on Feb 22-24th. We’ll have workshops on the 22nd, with regular sessions, panels, etc. on the 23rd and 24th. We are once again going to be at Hotel Zoso in Palm Springs.
Our focus this year is Strategies for . . . → Read More: Intelligent Content 2012
It’s been a wonderful three days. Lots of talking, learning and experiencing what intelligent content can do – both for your organization and ultimately for your customers.
Thanks for being here, and thanks for the enthusiastic participation during the week. We’ll be back next year, but until then, remember to check your emails for . . . → Read More: Intelligent Content – Thank You
Once again, this afternoon we break out into two streams; Engaging the Customer and Findability.
On the Customer Engagement side:
Mark Hellinger of Xyleme will tell us How to develop a successful mobile learning strategy. He’ll use case studies and real-time demonstrations that show content effortlessly deployed to print online and mobile devices (including . . . → Read More: Intelligent Content 2011 – Friday Afternoon
After Ann’s welcome, we’ll have Mark Fidelman of MindTouch with his provocatively titled keynote, Larry Flynt, Sherlock Holmes, and Indiana Jones: Making the Case for Mobile Intelligent Content. Looking forward to that!
Eric Freese of Aptara will then answer that vexing question, what is the difference between an app and an eBook?
. . . → Read More: Intelligent Content 2011 – Friday Morning
Tonight we have our Birds of a Feather sessions.
Individual speakers will be “moderating” sessions in local eateries. You’re on your own as far as payment is concerned, but this is a great way to meet people with similar interests and find out what others are doing.
Choosing mobile app . . . → Read More: Intelligent Content 2011 – Thursday Evening
Early this afternoon we break out into two streams; It’s all about the Content and Case Studies.
On the Content side:
Bettina Bennett of WhichBox Media tells us about the Publishing Revolution, the need to share with and cooperate with both our customers and other publishers.
Don Day of Learning by Wrote will talk . . . → Read More: Intelligent Content 2011 – Thursday Afternoon
We’ve got a full slate of interesting speakers lined up for this morning.
Ann Rockley (president of The Rockley Group) will open the conference at 8:15 with her welcome address, setting the stage for the next two days.
Anthony Allen, Director of Production at the American Society for Training and Development will follow . . . → Read More: Welcome to Intelligent Content 2011
Attend the Friday keynote presentation by technology guru Mark Fidelman to learn how today’s mobile intelligent content solutions are changing the way businesses interact with their consumers. Find out how Shazam is helping music lovers discover new artists. Gain insight into how adult entertainment services are leveraging the power of mobile devices and location . . . → Read More: Keynote: Larry Flynt, Sherlock Holmes, and Indiana Jones: Making the Case for Mobile Intelligent Content
Just a quick reminder that the Early Bird Special for this year’s Intelligent Content Conference is coming up.
Until December 15th pay only $995 for all three days of the conference (both pre-conference workshops and the conference itself). That’s a $100 reduction from the regular price.
There are a broad range of topics and . . . → Read More: Early Bird Registration Ends December 15th