Presentations

The Future of Text

Google Headquarters in Silicon Valley, Aug 2016
http://www.thefutureoftext.org/
Organised by friends and followers of Douglas Englebart, I was invited to present on collaboration and book production.

Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers

London, Sept 2016
http://www.alpsp.org/2016-Programme
I was invited to present at the annual ALPSP conference about ways that Open Source could change publishing.

International Society of Managing & Technical Editors

Brussels, Nov 2016
http://www.ismte.org/page/2016EuroConference
http://www.slides.com/eset/ismte

I was invited to present on Open Source tools for publishers at the Brussels edition of the 2016 ISMTE series of conferences. I use slides.com, by the way, because they maintain and share the open source JavaScript libs used to make their presentations.

Open Fields

Riga, Latvia, Oct 2016
http://rixc.org/en/festival/Open%20Fields%20Konference/
I was invited to speak about the intersection of art, science, and publishing at the cutting-edge Open Fields festival.

Unlearning Collaboration

Berlin, Oct 2016
http://www.supermarkt-berlin.net/event/un-learning-networked-collaboration/
I was invited to facilitate a one-day conference on collaboration and facilitation.

Choosing a document network

August 2015, Vancouver, Public Knowledge Project

Open Access and Open Standards

Oct 2014, San Francisco, Books in Browsers

Radio NZ (KIm Hill) Interview

June 2014, Wellington

http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/saturday/audio/2599643/adam-hyde-book-sprints-and-software

Books are Evil

May 2014, Rotterdam,  Off the Press

Regional Lexicon Project

May 2014, San Francisco, I Annotate

Changing the Culture of Learning

May 2013, San Francisco, I Annotate

Book Sprints for ICT Research Interview

Nov 2013

http://booksprints-for-ict-research.eu/index.html%3Fp=312.html

The Death of the Reader

Oct 2013, San Francisco, Books in Browsers

Free Software Foundation Interview

March 2013

https://www.fsf.org/blogs/licensing/interview-with-adam-hyde-of-booktype

Browser as Renderer

Dec 2012, Paris, W3C

p1-adam-hyde-browser_as_renderer_fin (PDF)

ExBerliner Interview

Berlin, Nov 2012

http://www.exberliner.com/features/people/sprinting-through-the-pages/

Junctures article by Martin Keen on my work

2012

http://www.junctures.org/index.php/junctures/article/view/219/311

Book Sprinting with Adam Hyde

June 2012, Rotterdam

http://v2.nl/archive/articles/interview-with-adam-hyde

Introducing Booktype at Dev8ed

May 2012, Birmingham, UK

A Web Page is a Book

May 2012, Berlin, re:publica

All Books Are Participatory

Nov 2011

http://recursivepublic.net/all-books-are-participatory-interview-with-adam-hyde-at-floss-manuals/

Out of Ink Interview

Sept 2011, Berlin

http://networkcultures.org/outofink/2011/09/05/interview-with-adam-hyde-founder-of-floss-manuals/

Adam Hyde über OpenSource-Bücher und kollaboratives Verlegen

Berlin, June 2011

https://www.fuereinebesserewelt.info/interview-opensource-bucher/

Digital Pioneers

Nov, 2010, Amsterdam

TAZ.de Interview

Oct, 2010, Berlin

http://www.taz.de/!5148038/

NetSquared Interview

March 2009

http://www.netsquared.org/blog/alexsteed/interview-adam-hyde-floss-manuals

Interview by Soenke Zehle

March 2009, Amsterdam

Radio New Zealand (Kim Hill) Interview

Wellington, NZ, Feb 2008

http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/saturday/audio/1317580/adam-hyde

ADA Interview

New Zealand, 2006

http://www.ada.net.nz/library/interview-with-adam-hyde-of-r-a-d-i-o-q-u-a-l-i-a/

pHonic Intervew

Christchurch NZ, 2001

http://www.physicsroom.org.nz/archive/oldsite/publications/annual/2001/phonic/pHonic.pdf (pdf)

Fantasies of the Library : After the Proprietary Model

Interview with me about the future models for publishing, published by k-verlag (Berlin). Seems it is republished with MIT…checking.