Thursday, December 9 | Friday, December 10 | Saturday, December 11

On Saturday, there will be no “speakers”; just a discussion leader and selected invited discussants. An open, participatory format will be encouraged throughout.

All rooms are located at Harvard Law School.

Simple boxed lunches will be provided; during the lunch time allotted, two interactive sessions will take place if you wish to join in.

 

Track leaders:

Global Voices: International Blogging Track: Ethan Zuckerman, Rebecca MacKinnon, and Janet Haven and sponsored by the Open Society Institute of the Soros Foundation

 

 

Topic

8:45-9am

9 – 10:30am

11am – 12:30pm

Lunch

2 – 3:30pm

4 – 5:30pm

 

Pound 100

 

 

Open Source Unionism and Elections: From the Webbs
to the Web

Prof. Richard Freeman, Economics Department, FAS; Mr. Robert Fox, Deputy Director, Working
America

Bits, Bytes, Ballots and Bodies: Why Parties Still
Matter

Dr. Elaine Bernard, Executive Director, Labor and Worklife Program;
Mr. Dan Cantor, Executive Director, Working Families Party

 

Internet Enabled Change in Worklife Development

 

Antonio Oftelie, Kennedy School of Government and Professor Jerry Mechling, Kennedy School of Government

What is the Internet doing to political journalism and its public?

 

Jay Rosen, NYU

Global Voices:

International Blogging Track
Pound 101

 

The Global Conversation: Blogs as Bridges

 

Ethan Zuckerman and Rebecca MacKinnon

How to Build a Blogosphere

 

 

 

Hoder, et al.

 

Tools - software
and hardware, what's out there, what's needed?

 

Ethan Zuckerman
et al.

Manifesto for a Better Global Conversation

 

 

 

 

Joi Ito et al.

Pound 102

Welcome

 

John Palfrey

Mistakes Techno Utopians Make: Fantasy Politics and the Disappearing Social

Andrew Orlowski in conversation with William Davies and Ted Byfield

Blogging and Local Politics

 

 

Dave Winer in conversation with Mary Hodder and Nicco Mele

Building an Online Campaign: A Case Study on After-School Education

 

John Palfrey, Tom Subak (e-Organization) and James Moore

The Politics of Information Technology Policies in Higher Education: Inside and Outside the Academy

 

Tracy Mitrano et al.

Is P2P Political?

 

Nick Reville, downhillbattle.org and Meg Smith, Berkman Center for Internet & Society

Pound 107

 

Updating the Rules for Radicals

 

Brian Reich,

Mindshare Interactive in conversation with James Crabtree

CAIRNS Project

 

Prof. Beth Simone Noveck, New York Law School,  Prof. Tom Igoe, NYU, Dr. Alan Kantrow, Monitor

 

 

 

Podcasting

 

Tony Kahn of WGBH Radio

Now What?

David Weinberger, et al. 

 

Screen Work: Inventions We Need

Prof. Susan Crawford and Prof. David Johnson