POD makes offset printing look like the Hummer of publishing. It's a digital publishing strategy that offers a physical output for those that demand it.
Barnes and Noble won't be stocking Four Hour Chef, even if it's a best seller. That's a bad strategy, from a reader's perspective.
If you are a publishing freelancer you need to stop trading time for cash and build up assets that work while you rest. Net Minds has a plan for that.
Though it sounds like a cliche to talk about how Net Minds is a disruptive startup, from our values to some recent publisher complaints we've been receiving, we definitely earning our disruptive monicker. We love fairness and publishers just hate that about us!
In Todd's view, every book is a startup, not only in its potential, but in its process of coming to market. In this interview, he explains why publishing is the best form of media to bring an idea to life.
There's a wide discussion going on about the future of the book. It's mostly myopic, centered around products and not the end consumer. The real discussion should be about how humans acquire content solutions, not whether they are physical or electronic.