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Open Publish 2007 - Keynote Speakers Announced

CONFERENCE PROGRAM AND KEYNOTE PRESENTERS HAVE JUST BEEN ANNOUNCED FOR
OPEN PUBLISH 2007.
http://www.open-conferences.com/balt...-a-glance.html

Open Publish 2007, bringing together professionals from both
commercial and enterprise publishing environments to share and
exchange industry challenges and solutions. Key topics discussed will
be authoring tools and approaches, publishing standards initiatives,
single-sourcing data, and content management.
March 7-9, 2007, Radisson Plaza Lord Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland

Keynote speakers at this year's event include:

Michael Wash, Chief Technical Officer, US Government Printing Office
Paul Jensen, Vice President, Content and Platform Management, Wolters-
Kluwer
Andrew Pate, Vice President of Business Development, Lulu.com
The conference program will discuss key publishing issues including:

Authoring tools and processes
Content management tools
Publishing system implementations
DITA
XML and related standards
Database publishing
XQuery
Legislative Authoring
Interoperabilit y
.... and much more

A complete schedule and registration information is available at
http://www.open-conferences.com/baltimore

Sponsorship and tabletop exhibit opportunities are also
available.http://www.open-conferences.com/baltimore/
exhibitors_info .html. Tabletop booths only $1,500.

Open Publish is proudly presented by Allette Systems and aXtive
minds.
Please contact ma*****@open-conferences.com for additional information.

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