[JaxPM] [NON-PERL] FW: O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer & Web Services Conference
JONES, WILLIAM C
wcjones at exchange.fccj.org
Tue Jun 5 13:58:31 CDT 2001
On the jacksonville-pm-list; Jax.PM'er "JONES, WILLIAM C" <wcjones at exchange.fccj.org> wrote -
Wow! Has this list gone silent again or what...
> From: Denise Olliffe
> Sent: Tuesday, June 5, 2001 2:49 PM
> To: bill at fccj.org
> Subject: O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer & Web Services Conference
> For Immediate Release
> June 5, 2001
> For more information contact:
> Denise Oliffe (707) 829-0515 ext 339 or deniseo at orelly.com
> P2P: THE NEXT GREAT THING FOR THE INTERNET
> "P2P is the prime driver of the emergent Internet operating system, a
> platform that will integrate PCs, servers, and devices with Internet
> services that go far beyond today's web sites." --Tim O'Reilly
> O'Reilly & Associates announced today that registration is now open for
> the O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer and Web Services Conference to be held
> September 18-21, 2001 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington D.C.
> O'Reilly & Associates' second peer-to-peer and web services conference
> will explore the technical, business, and legal dimensions of the
> fast-growing peer-to-peer and web services space. We'll bring together
> emerging, collaborative technologies into one definitive conference to
> explore the pioneering opportunities of web services and to confront
> the challenges of the peer-to-peer business model. Technology
> innovators will have the opportunity to participate in dialog that
> shapes the standards, legislation, and practices that will transform
> global computer interaction.
> O'Reilly conferences are renowned as a gathering of top-notch leaders,
> experts, and visionaries from all avenues of the technology industry.
> Scheduled speakers and panelists include:
> Ian Clarke, CTO, Uprizer, Inc.
> Cindy Cohn, Legal Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation
> Cory Doctorow, Co-Founder and Chief Evangelist, OpenCola, Inc.
> Rael Dornfest, O'Reilly Maven & Conference Program Chair
> Li Gong, Distinguished Engineer & Director of Engineering, Sun
> Wesley Felter, Editor, Hack the Planet
> Lucas Gonze, Co-founder and CEO, WorldOS Corp.
> Dr. Andrew Grimshaw, CTO and Co-founder, Applied Meta
> Christian Huitema, Architect, Microsoft
> Gene Kan, CEO, InfraSearch
> Fred von Lohmann, Visiting Researcher, Berkeley Center for Law &
> Michael R. Macedonia, PhD, US Army STRICOM
> Tim O'Reilly, Founder & President, O'Reilly & Associates
> Ray Ozzie, Founder and CEO, Groove Networks
> Gary Shapiro, President and CEO, Consumer Electronics Association
> Dave Stutz, Architect & P2P Conference Keynoter, Microsoft
> Kelly Truelove, Founder & CEO, Clip2
> (For a complete list of speakers, see
> "P2P is the next great thing for the Internet. We haven't even begun to
> understand or imagine the possibilities," says Lawrence Lessig,
> Stanford Law professor and P2P Conference keynoter.
> Keynoter Clay Shirky would likely agree. In fact he addresses some of
> the P2P possibilities in an article, live today, on openp2p.com. "So
> many ideas and so many technologies are swirling around
> P2P--decentralization, distributed computing, web services, JXTA, UDDI,
> SOAP--that it's getting hard to tell whether something is or isn't P2P,
> and it's unclear that there is much point in trying to do so just for
> the sake of a label." For a taste of the thoughtful discussion the
> second O'Reilly Peer-to Peer and Web Services Conference will offer,
> read Shirky's article, "Hailstorm: Open Web Services Controlled by
> Microsoft." Go to:
> O'Reilly Peer-to Peer and Web Services Conference
> Early Bird Registration through August 17, 2001.
> About O'Reilly & Associates
> O'Reilly & Associates is the premier information source for
> leading-edge computer technologies. We communicate the knowledge of
> experts through our books, conferences, and web sites. Our books, known
> for their animals on the covers, occupy a treasured place on the
> shelves of the developers building the next generation of software. Our
> conferences and summits bring innovators together to shape the
> revolutionary ideas that spark new industries. From the Internet to the
> web, Linux, Open Source, and now peer-to-peer networking, we put
> technologies on the map.
> # # #
> O'Reilly is a registered trademark of O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. All
> other trademarks are property of their respective owners.
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