O'Reilly Media – Online Press Kit
Inc. Magazine's Max Chafkin calls our founder and CEO, Tim O'Reilly, "The Oracle of Silicon Valley" and sees Tim's life as proof that interesting things can happen when we work for more than money.
In Publishers Weekly's article "The (Tim) O'Reilly Factor," Andrew Albanese talks to Tim about old habits and new directions.
When The New York Times wanted to take a hard look at piracy, they quoted Tim O'Reilly.
O'Reilly author Jeff Potter demonstrates his combo of geekery and cookery in "Cooking for Geeks" on the Today Show.
NPR's Weekend Edition asks O'Reilly's Clay Johnson about his suggestions for managing our information intake in his book, "The Information Diet."
Is It Time For You To Go On An 'Information Diet'?
Tools of Change for Publishing, aka TOC
"Margaret Atwood addresses the future of publishing and wonders, Who is going to pay for my cheese sandwiches?" featured on The New Yorker's Book Bench.
In the Huffington Post, Mark Coker says "A good conference challenges you to stretch your thinking, and in this regard TOC didn't disappoint," In his piece, "Exploring the Future of Book Publishing at Tools of Change Conference."
Strata Conference: Making Data Work
Forbes' Jon Bruner asks "Will Big Data Create As Much Prosperity As Little Data?" in his report on the first Strata New York
"The world of big data is on fire," says K.N.C. in the Economist's "Where the Geeks Go."
Velocity: The Web Operations and Performance Conference
Cade Metz covers Velocity for The Register and reports, "Google's HTTP Archive merges with Internet Archive."
At eWeek, Chris Primesberger covers, "Cloud Computing: Google Speeds Up Web-Page Downloads with SPDY"
OSCON, O'Reilly's Open Source Convention
Simon Phipps says that "OSCON serves the centre ground of open source, a meeting point for entrepreneurs and programmers with a vision for business yet a passion for software freedom," in his OSCON RoundUp in Computerworld UK
The open source community makes its major announcements at OSCON, such as "Open Cloud Initiative Is Open for Business," as reported by ReadWriteWeb
O'Reilly also has a robust program of webcasts. One of our favorites is "Inside Google+: The Virtuous Circle of Data and Doing Right by Users," a discussion between Tim O'Reilly and Bradley Horowitz.
O'Reilly's Maker Media is a division devoted entirely to the growing community of resourceful people who believe that if you can imagine it, you can make it.
President Obama invited a young Maker to the White House, and there's no doubting his enthusiasm for the project.
The Economist's Ludwig Siegele says, "The 'maker' movement could change how science is taught and boost innovation," in his article "More Than Just Digital Quilting."
ABC News talked to Maker Faire founder Dale Dougherty, makers, and future makers in "Maker Faire New York: An Inside Look."