SetThePageFree.com now features video documentaries, photos, book excerpts and podcasts from a new wave of project contributors, including Jonathan Ames, Billy Collins, Sloane Crosley, Mann and Coulton, the company said.
The project, produced in collaboration with the 92nd Street Y, brings together this unparalleled array of contributors who each has a unique perspective on the working world. Each contribute a chapter — or in Mann´s case, a song — to the book that will tell the story of the modern workplace. Xerox technology, software and apps are helping the contributors collaborate throughout the project, moving freely between the physical and digital worlds.
The content featured on SetThePageFree.com is a sneak peek at both the book and the work that has gone into creating it. It gives fans of the contributors a view into their work styles, including where they like to work and technology they lean on to get creativity flowing.
The project was developed with Xerox´s partner Y&R New York, with media strategy and execution provided by MEC Global.
Xerox Corporation is an USD 11 billion technology leader that innovates the way the world communicates, connects and works.