[Entrepreneurs] Inkling Coming to Campus tomorrow

Jinzhao Wang wjz0811 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 21 02:57:32 EDT 2011

Inkling is reinventing publishing in the era of iPad, and we've started by
redefining the textbook. Beginning with the world’s best textbooks from
leading publishers, Inkling rebuilds each from the ground up into enhanced,
engaging and interactive experiences. But it's about more than just
textbooks. Look between the lines, and you’ll see a revolution in
publishing: a new platform for creating, distributing and consuming
interactive learning content. Based in San Francisco, Inkling is backed by
Sequoia Capital and Tenaya Capital, and partners with the world's leading
educational publishers.

Inkling is visiting campus on *September 22*!  Come learn about their quest
to reinvent the way people learn and the technical challenges they've come
across along the way.  Pinocchio's will be served, so come hungry!

*Where: *Maxwell Dworkin 119
*When: *Thursday, September 22 at 12 noon
*Who:* Matt MacInnis, Harvard Alum, Founder & CEO of Inkling and Brad
Neuberg, Lead Software Engineer, Inkling

Matthew MacInnis, Founder and

A native of Nova Scotia, Canada, Matt graduated from Harvard with a degree
in Electrical and Computer Engineering. He spent over seven years at Apple
working in product marketing, primarily in education. Matt was repeatedly
called upon by executives to build new initiatives and teams from the ground
up. After more than two years in Beijing building Apple’s first Asian
education group, he returned to Cupertino to establish an international
education market development group under the VP of Education. Matt’s passion
for education and deep market knowledge made him a thought leader and valued
strategist within Apple before leaving to build Inkling.

*Brad Neuberg, Software Engineer <http://www.codinginparadise.org/>*
Brad Neuberg runs the web team at Inkling (inkling.com), focused on
transforming digital textbooks using HTML5 and the iPad. Brad is an
acknowledged expert in pushing web browsers in new directions, and is the
creator of a number of JavaScript libraries and frameworks for expanding the
capabilities of web applications, including Dojo Storage, Dojo Offline,
Really Simple History, and SVG Web. Most recently he was a Software Engineer
at Google on Google Docs and social efforts and a Developer Advocate at
Google for HTML5. Brad also created Coworking, an international grassroots
movement to establish a new kind of workspace for the self-employed.


Annemarie Mogan
Inkling is Hiring! <http://www.inkling.com/jobs/openings/>
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