[Air-L] FutureWeb conference packs a punch in Raleigh in April
andersj at elon.edu
Mon Mar 29 11:52:33 PDT 2010
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Register now for the WWW2010 collocated conference FutureWeb in Raleigh
April 28-30 - http://futureweb2010.wordpress.com/ - featuring Cerf,
Weitzner, boyd, Searls, DiBona, Tiemann, Rotenberg, Young, Davidson,
Clemente, Rappa, Burney, Jones and many others.
Leaders from Google, NTIA, Microsoft, EPIC, the Internet Society, Red Hat,
Lulu and more will discuss the likely evolution of the Web and what it will
mean for our social, political and economic future.
Early registration closes April. Right now costs are low - at the $195, $95,
$60 levels. http://futureweb2010.wordpress.com/
#fw2010 @futureweb2010 on Twitter
JOIN SMART DISCUSSIONS about the ways the evolution of the World Wide Web
will continue to impact the social, political and economic landscape
Explore the future of social networks, open source, the media, privacy,
intellectual property, public health, education, core values, Web analytics,
print publishing, and more and imagine the possibilities.
Vint Cerf, Danny Weitzner, danah boyd, Chris DiBona, Bob Young, Marc
Rotenberg, Michael Clemente, Doc Searls, Lee Rainie, David Burney, Michael
Tiemann, Alejandro Pisanty, Charles Coleman, Tom Rabon, Penny Abernathy,
Michael Rappa, Paul Jones, Cathy Davidson, Henry Copeland, Tom Miller, Fred
Stutzman, Dan Conover, Nathan James, Mark Anthony Neal, Negar Mottahedeh,
Dave Levine, Scott Wingo, Chris Evans, David Gardner, William Weiss, Aaron
Houghton, and Tony O¹Driscoll, and the list is growing.
The Imagining the Internet Center at Elon University -
http://www.imaginingtheinternet.org - will host FutureWeb at the Raleigh
(NC) Convention Center in conjunction with the WWW2010 International
conference. Participants can attend one, two or three days of the FutureWeb
conference for the same low registration cost.
FutureWeb is OPEN to anyone interested in assessing the likely future. The
workshops will be valuable, interesting and accessible to anyone in the
general public, including business people, professionals from all fields,
educators and university students.
Among the other conferences co-located with FutureWeb are WWW2010 -
http://www2010.org/; WebSci10 - http://www.websci10.org/home.html; W4A 2010
Janna Quitney Anderson
Director of Imagining the Internet
Associate Professor of Communications
Director of Internet Projects
School of Communications
andersj at elon.edu
(336) 278-5733 (o)
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