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10-10-10 Plus a 10

10-10-10 Plus a 10

At the end of 2009, Bob Miller, who was at the time the head honcho at HarperStudio, posted a year-end wrap-up on their blog that included a Top Ten List of predictions for the future of publishing called – It Was the Best of Times, It Was the Worst of Times…

Not to be outdone, Laurence Hughes of the Huffington Post followed up ten days later with his post: The Future of Publishing: 10 Predictions Plus 2.

Rounding out our trio, Richard Nash was asked by Galleycat to look into his crystal ball and give his insights on Book Publishing 10 Years in the Future. Nash made up for Mr. Hughes’ indulgence by listing only eight items.

Why the gratuitous shot of Monica Bellucci? Because no serious discussion of tens would be complete without her inclusion…and it allows me to one-up all the other bloggers who posted on 10-10-10.

David Isaacson
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