Tim O'Reilly talks about his latest project--The Twitter Book
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Tuesday, 12 May 2009
By Contributing Editor, Roger Green
My guest in this episode of Biz.Tech Review is Tim O'Reilly. Tim took time out of his busy schedule to talk about his latest project—"The Twitter Book"—which is being released in print on May 20th and has already created a buzz.
Tim is the founder and CEO of O'Reilly Media, thought by many to be the best computer book publisher in the world. Since 1978, Tim has led the company's pursuit of its core goal: to be a catalyst for technology change by capturing and transmitting the knowledge of "alpha geeks" and other innovators. Among the terms that Tim has introduced into the lexicon are "open source" and web 2.0. It's a distinct pleasure to have a conversation with Tim O'Reilly.
BIO: Roger Green—Seasoned Practitioner, Tech Visionary and Trusted Advisor in Business Strategy, Information Technology and New Media.
Roger a former CIO, CTO and COO, started podcasting in 2005 with “The Cullinane & Green Report”—the first podcast focusing on the intersection of business development and technology. Roger splits his time between San Diego and Philadelphia, enjoys photography and hiking, and holds a couple of patents in data warehousing. Although continuously connected to technology Roger claims he could log-off anytime he wants.