Hey, I'm going to Personal Democracy Forum this June 3-4 in NYC.
The deal is that a lot of the people doing real work bringing tech and gov't together will be here, getting real stuff done.
Some really good stuff, from people who've made big contributions:
- An in-depth look at how the internet fosters freedom and democracy, with speakers like Jimmy Wales, Julian Assange, Daniel Ellsberg, Evgeny Morozov, Ory Okolloh, Ethan Zuckerman, Cheryl Contee, John Perry Barlow and Clay Shirky.
- Visions of the networked future from thinkers like Howard Rheingold, Tim O'Reilly, Aneesh
- Chopra, Beth Kanter, Allison Fine, Esther Dyson, Anil Dash, Jen Pahlka, Bryan Sivak and Susan Crawford.
- More than two dozen breakout sessions on everything from online skills development for
beginners to hard-core political technology development, plus in-depth looks at political media, internet-driven organizing, and the emerging world of "We.gov."
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