Video from Google’s ‘Unbound’ Event at NYPL

On January 18th, 2007, Google organized Unbound, an event at the New York Public Library examining how the book business has changed and how it will continue to evolve. Attendees from the book publishing industry heard from thought leaders and industry veterans who are taking advantage of our increasingly digital world. This video shows some of the highlights from the day.

Regarding the event, Steven Levitt (of Freakonomics fame) asks “Why don’t people care enough about literature to steal it?”

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