rkleeman at energoncube.net
Tue Feb 24 16:16:13 CST 2004
I got this from O'Reilly and thought I'd pass it on.
***O'Reilly's Digital Democracy Teach-In
This year's O'Reilly Emerging Technology Conference began with an
impressive set of tutorials. But you also had the option to spend the
first day of the conference at the Digital Democracy Teach-In, learning
how to take back control of a different sort of operating system. Daniel
Steinberg reports on sessions by Joe Trippi, former campaign manager for
Howard Dean; Wes Boyd, co-founder of MoveOn.org; Scott Heiferman,
co-founder and CEO of Meetup.com; and many more.
***Annotating Everything: Marc A. Smith at ETech
Daniel Steinberg reports from O'Reilly's Emerging Technology Conference
with an in-depth look at Marc A. Smith's session "Catalyzing Collective
Action on the Net." Marc demonstrated several tools that show promise as
ways to enhance online communities.
Find complete news coverage, the conference wiki, weblogs, photos, and
much more on O'Reilly Network's ETech 2004 Conference Coverage page:
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