Catch the dulcet tones of moderator Kazys Varnelis, listen to Luke Bulman on shopdropping tactics for publishers, Mark Shepard on digital media, Felix Burrichter on making architecture sexy and entertaining again, and myself waxing poetically about anarchist print shops in Berkeley and the smell of fresh ink. Stephen Duncombe gives a fantastic paper on zine culture as a foil to pervasive capitalism and how that changed with online publishing. It's good stuff.
Check it out. (The file is very big, so it may take a while to download):