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Corey Michael Blake
Are business books too boring and hard to read? Corey Michael Blake joins Jim Blasingame to talk about his idea of turning classic business books into comic book formats, as a way to get more people interested.
Dan Poynter
How is book publishing changing? Dan Poynter joins Jim Blasingame to discuss ebooks and the inevitable demise of classic brick and mortar book stores and traditional book publishing companies.
Dan Poynter
Circumnavigating the globe on the airlines in 2 days. Dan Poynter joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why he is planning to fly on airlines around the world in 2 days to promote the value of air travel.
Jeffrey Dobkin
If you decide to write a book, what are your expectations? Jeffrey Dobkins joins Jim Blasingame to talk about realistic expectations when self-publishing, plus different ways to think about the benefits of being an author.
Jeffrey Dobkin
Do you think you have a book in you? Jeffrey Dobkin joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how technology and the Internet has made it possible for anyone who can write a book to get it published.
Mark Coker
What is the future of publishing? Mark Coker joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the shift from traditional to digital publishing, and how this is affecting industry players - authors, publishers and consumers - and determining winners and losers.
Mark Coker
You can see the future of book publishing today. Mark Coker joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how his company, SmashWords, is one of the paradigm shifters for the publishing industry, including helping authors.
Mark Coker
How are e-books growing around the world? Mark Coker joins Jim Blasingame to talk about what he learned about how the world is taking to e-books during his recent multi-continent speaking tour.
Jay Myers
What do you do when your entrepreneurial story must be told? Jay Myers joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the recent Ethan award his book received, which was written to reveal how to survive in the face of extreme adversity.
Ed Yourdon
Could our commitment to cloud computing create future problems? Ed Yourdon joins Jim Blasingame to discuss potential issues arising out of our expanded use of cloud computing, including the loss of physical assets and potential for government control.

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