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>Subject: SSF99 Keynote Release
> TECHNOLOGY AND PUBLISHING LUMINARIES TO KEYNOTE AT SEYBOLD SAN
> FRANCISCO/21ST CENTURY PUBLISHING CONFERENCE
> Steve Jobs of Apple Computer Headlines a Stellar Line-up of Industry
> Leaders Who Will Address the Future of Publishing
>FOSTER CITY, CA, August 18, 1999 - Seybold Seminars, produced by
>Ziff-Davis, today announced its keynote program for Seybold San
>Francisco/21st Century Publishing Conference. Leading executives, scholars
>and industry gurus gather at San Francisco's Moscone Center August 30 -
>September 3, 1999 to share their visions on how technology will affect the
>future of web and print publishing.
>Seybold San Francisco/21st Century Publishing keynotes have become the
>leading venue for the publishing industry movers and shakers to announce
>major product launches, strategic alliances and new business initiatives.
>The industry's premier event brings the entire publishing world - Web,
>cross-media, print and pre-press - together to learn, debate and share
>information and techniques.
>On Tuesday, August 31 at 9:00 a.m., conference attendees can expect to hear
>the latest on Apple's innovations and directives from Steve Jobs, chairman
>and chief executive officer of Pixar and interim chief executive officer of
>Apple Computer Inc. Job's presentation promises to excite, inspire and
>invite all designers and publishers to push the envelope on creativity for
>the new millennium.
>The second special keynote is Wednesday, September 1 at 8:30 a.m..
>Industry giants will discuss the latest developments in software technology
>and the next generation of tools that will define how information and
>software images are distributed around the world. Leading this informed
>panel is Charles M. Geschke, president and chairman of the board, Adobe
>Systems; Tim Gill, chairman and chief technology officer, Quark Inc; Norman
>K. Meyrowitz, president, Macromedia Products USA; and Robert Stein, chief
>executive officer, Night Kitchen.
>Attendees registered for the different conferences will receive incredible
>insight in their area of concentration from the experts themselves. Web
>practitioners registered for the Web Publishing Conference on Monday,
>August 30, will hear three extraordinary visionaries' distinct views on the
>major shift the publishing industry is making to the Web. The Web keynoters
>are: Isabel Maxwell, president, CommTouch Software, Inc.; Dick Brass, vice
>president of development, Microsoft; and Mark Anderson, publisher of
>Strategic News Service.
>Also on Monday, August 30, the Best Practices for Print and Publishing
>Conference kicks-off with a major product announcement. Wolfgang
>Pfizenmaier, chief executive officer, Heidelberg Digital USA, unveils a
>jointly developed product with Creo, Inc. which promises enhanced
>performance in publishing practices.
>Keynoting the final triad of publishing conferences, the Publishing
>Strategies Conference, on Thursday, September 2, is Chris Anderson, chief
>executive officer, Future Publishing; Chris MacAskill, president and chief
>financial officer of Fatbrain.com; and Andrew Tribute, international
>editor, Seybold Publications. They will address the future of content
>distribution and how printing practices are changing under the rapid
>influence of the Web.
>"Our presenters are poised to address the dramatic shift the publishing
>industry is experiencing," said Gene Gable, vice president and general
>manager of Seybold Seminars. "We are witnessing one of the most
>challenging years in the history of publishing. Both makers and users of
>graphics technology are scrambling to position themselves as winners in the
>Internet economy. Seybold San Francisco 21st/Century Publishing is the
>forum where these companies will discover if their current business
>strategies will succeed."
>In addition to the three conferences, other Seybold San Francisco
>21st/Century Publishing activities include in-depth tutorials and an
>exposition with over 300 exhibitors displaying and demonstrating innovative
>technology and products for the publishing and graphic arts industries.
>All keynote presentations will be held at the Moscone Center in San
>Francisco. Visit http://www.seyboldseminars.com for more information on
>Seybold San Francisco 21st Century Publishing conference.
>About Seybold SeminarsÍ
>Seybold San Francisco 99 is publishing's premier technology source with
>conferences covering: Publishing Strategies, Web Publishing and Best
>Practices, in addition to half-day and full-day tutorials and special
>interest days. Conference programs cover the latest technologies,
>processes, products and trends in every aspect of digitally managing and
>publishing information, whether the output is Web, print or CD-ROM.
>Seybold Seminars' purpose is to provide publishing executives,
>professionals and managers the very best information, education and
>analysis available to facilitate the best possible strategic and tactical
>technology investment decisions.
>For media/analyst registration, visit www.seyboldseminars.com or contact
>Carolon Gentile at 650-372-6765.
>The ZD Events subsidiary of Ziff-Davis is the world's leading producer of
>information technology tradeshows and conferences, serving over 5,000
>exhibiting companies and two million attendees through more than 60 events
>in 18 countries. ZD Events' products range from the IT industry's largest
>exhibitions such as COMDEX and NetWorld+Interop, to highly focused events
>featuring renowned educational programs, custom seminars and specialized
>vendor marketing programs. For more information on ZD Events, visit
>Ziff-Davis Inc. is a leading integrated media and marketing company focused
>on computing and Internet-related technology, with principal platforms in
>print publishing, trade shows and conferences, online content, television,
>market research and education. Ziff-Davis provides global technology
>companies with marketing strategies for reaching key decision-makers.
>Ziff-Davis has two series of common stock: one which is intended to track
>the performance of its Internet business ZDNet, and one which is intended
>to track the performance of the ZD Group, which includes print publishing,
>trade shows and conferences, education, market research and television
>businesses and an 83% retained interest in ZDNet.
> # # #
>ZD EVENTS, the ZD EVENTS logo, the ZD logo, COMDEX, NetWorld+Interop,
>Interop, and Seybold San Francisco/21stCentury Publishing and
>ZDInternet.inc. are trademarks owned or used under license by ZD Events
>Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Ziff-Davis Inc., and may be registered
>in the United States and other countries. NetWorld is a service mark of
>Novell, Inc. Other names mentioned may be trademarks of their respective
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