Berkman@10 Future of the Internet Conference

If you happen to be around Harvard in mid-May, you might want to swing by and check out the Berkman@10 Future of the Internet Conference. The event, celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, runs May 15-16, and features many of the folks affiliated with the center as well an interesting assortment of major players, like Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, former FCC Chairman Reed Hundt, and the authors of the Cluetrain Manifesto.

While the conference itself will set you back (check the registration page for relevant rates and whatnot), the lead up events are free. At least one of them, a Forum on Youth, Civic Engagement, and the 2008 Campaign at the Institute of Politics at the Harvard Kennedy School scheduled for May 14, will be carried live via internet, meaning you can watch it from home or wherever else you happen to be at the time.

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