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Blogtalk Downunder » Invited Speaker - Mark Bernstein

Blogtalk Downunder
   May 19-22, Sydney


Invited Speaker - Mark Bernstein

Filed under: General, Invited Speakers — James @ 4:46 pm

Yet again we are delighted to announce our third invited speaker is Mark Bernstein.

Mark Benrnstein Mark Bernstein, for more than two decades, has been president and chief scientist of Eastgate Systems, Inc., a pioneer company in the development of hypermedia and hypertext writing tools, and publishers of original hypertexts–poetry, fiction, and nonfiction.

Eastgate Systems, founded in 1982, was referred to in the New York Times as “the New Directions of electronic publishing,” in recognition of the high innovative and intellectual quality of the company’s products. At Eastgate, Bernstein has created and managed hypertext tools and technologies, including the Storyspace hypertext writing environment which has been widely regarded as the tool of choice for serious and literary hypertext, and Tinderbox, a unique and powerful tool for making, analyzing, and sharing notes.

His often-controversial Web writing, first in HypertextNOW and later in his weblog, ranges from new media criticism to frontiers of computer research. He is the publisher of TEKKA, a quarterly journal of new media and software aesthetics, and is currently at work on The Tinderbox Way. A graduate of Swarthmore College, he received his doctorate (in Chemistry) from Harvard University.

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  1. Mark Bernstein’s Key Note

    Some notes from Mark’s very stimulating key note, I know I missed lots of information.

    Save the blogs, we have lots of blogs and they are now being talked about in big media and are being covered everywhere and as such now in danger. The blogosphe…

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