A Discussion on Internet 2020: 9/14 the Capitol 6:30-8pm

by on September 13, 2009 · 7 comments

The DC Chapter of Internet Society is being reborn, and holding its first event on Monday, September 14 on “Internet 2020″ at the Capitol Visitors Center, 6:30-8pm. The discussion will be moderated by Mike Nelson, the self-described cyber-libertarian who runs Georgetown University and include:

  • Leslie Daigle, Chief Internet Technology Officer, Internet Society
  • Eric Burger, Chief Technology Officer, Neustar
  • Steve Crocker, Internet pioneer and CEO, Shinkuro, Inc.

Should be interesting. Hope to see you TechLiberationistas there!

  • http://www.facebook.com/gene.gaines Gene Gaines

    This was a very nice evening, concrete talk about the Internet past and future, active audience participation and questions, Vint Cerf show up unannounced. The new U.S. Capitol Visitors Center is magnificent, beautiful amphitheatre room holds 250, awesome. But personally, and equally small meeting took place as the last people were leaving. Several employees of the Architect of the Capitol (he operates the place, plus the capitol itself, the house and Senate buildings, the Supreme Court, Library of Congress, etc.) … as I was saying … several of his people, night maintenance workers were sitting just outside our meeting room. They were clutching meeting flyers that we had left under our seats, and these guys were excited. Questions. You people know about the Internet, how can we get it at our homes? Chat about their wives, children. We are in contact with the Architect of the Capitol office, to see if ISOC-DC can arrange several evening or Saturday introductory classes for Capitol workers, their families, and the many contractors who work as the Capitol. We're going to call it ISOC-DC Internet Play Day. And have fun. Want in?

  • http://www.facebook.com/gene.gaines Gene Gaines

    This was a very nice evening, concrete talk about the Internet past and future, active audience participation and questions, Vint Cerf show up unannounced. The new U.S. Capitol Visitors Center is magnificent, beautiful amphitheatre room holds 250, awesome. But personally, and equally small meeting took place as the last people were leaving. Several employees of the Architect of the Capitol (he operates the place, plus the capitol itself, the house and Senate buildings, the Supreme Court, Library of Congress, etc.) … as I was saying … several of his people, night maintenance workers were sitting just outside our meeting room. They were clutching meeting flyers that we had left under our seats, and these guys were excited. Questions. You people know about the Internet, how can we get it at our homes? Chat about their wives, children. We are in contact with the Architect of the Capitol office, to see if ISOC-DC can arrange several evening or Saturday introductory classes for Capitol workers, their families, and the many contractors who work as the Capitol. We're going to call it ISOC-DC Internet Play Day. And have fun. Want in?

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