CNET reports that according to those speaking at the Google-hosted “Unbound” event, the print publishing industry is going to have to evolve to fit in with the 21st century’s new-media culture. The event was held in large part to respond to the controversy surrounding Google’s ambitious Library Project and the corresponding Book Search tool, which has been met with strong resistance by the book publishing industry. At the event, tech-savvy authors, publishers, and analysts basically agreed that to grow and profit in the digital world, the publishing world will have to leave its comfort zone and expand its boundaries. Google has been trying to convince publishers that it is part of the solution, not the problem, and has been trying to secure deals with publishers and libraries that would make their content available through Book Search. However, the publishing industry has been skeptical that this initiative will hurt their profits…