“The internalizing and transfer of information has been pivotal throughout human history. It led our ancestors to build stone tools, then communities then agriculture. It built our cities has dispelled our false understandings of our world and universe, it literally evolved our brain and will continue to change every aspect of human existence whether you like it or not.”

Daniel A. Janssen

Professional Speakers Guide

    1. Submitting your Book:

      1. New Alexandria Library.

From the New York Times, Online Library Wants It All, Every Book: “The directors of the new Alexandria Library, which christened a steel and glass structure with 250,000 books in October, have joined forces with an American artist and software engineers in an ambitious effort to make virtually all of the world’s books available at a mouse click.” This ambitious project is called the Alexandria Library Scholars Collective, but there is little substantive information available about it. The library will apparently share the resources of the Carnegie Mellon University Million Books Project, which by 2007 will provide access to the world’s largest e-book collection.

The 15 companies in PW’s ninth annual survey of fast-growing small

publishers have little in common besides success.

1. ibooks New York,NY

2. powerHouse Books New York,

3. Sports Publishing Champaign, IL

4. Harbor House Martinez, GA

5. Charles River Media Hingham, MA

6. Hatherleigh Press Long Island City,

7 America’s Test Kitchen Brookline Village, MA

8 North Atlantic Books Berkeley,CA

9 Howard Publishing West Monroe, LA

10 Gibbs Smith, Publishers Layton, UT

11 Inner Traditions,Bear & Co. Rochester, VT

12 Princeton Architectural Press New York,

13 Red Wheel /Weiser Boston, Ma

14 Barefoot Books Cambridge, MA

15 Shambhala Publications Boston, MA

Quiet Island Books assists small publishers and previously published authors by distributing their content through secure eBook and print-on-demand wholesale and retail channels.

This post was written by Daniel Janssen.

Daniel A. Janssen

4 Comments on “Professional Speakers Guide”

  1. Dan says:

    Great set of content

    1. Russell says:

      Hey Dan,

      I absolutely agree. This guide is a great help to me and it’s very well organized.

  2. Lena says:

    Look forward to more of his work.

  3. Zangwill says:

    It’s a very useful book!


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