PdF 2009 | Schedule For Day Two, June 30

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Day Two, Tuesday June 30, 2009

Click here to see the schedule for Day One, Monday June 29, 2009

Time
Atrium
7:15-
8:30am
Breakfast and Registration

Rose Theater
8:30-
8:45am
Opening Welcome, Micah L. Sifry and Andrew Rasiej
8:45-
10:00am
Innovation in Government, Obama-Style: Conversations With Beth Noveck and Vivek Kundra, and Macon Phillips, introduced by Craig Newmark
10:00-
10:20am
Chairman Steele said, “Take the lid off”: The New GOP Web Presence, Todd Herman


Breakout A

10:20-
10:50am
Coffee Break
sponsored by Linkfluence
Sunlight Foundation Press Conference with Ellen Miller, Clay Johnson and David Moore
Coffee Break
sponsored by Linkfluence

Rose Theater
10:50-
11:05am
Social Networks and Social Revolutions, Randi Zuckerberg
11:05-
11:35am
21st Century Statecraft: Fostering Citizen-Centered Diplomacy and Development, Alec Ross
11:35am-
12:10pm
The Machine is (Changing) Us: YouTube Culture and the Politics of Authenticity, Michael Wesch
12:10-
12:40pm
The Dangerous Power of Sharing (Power), Mark Pesce


Breakout A
12:45-
2:00pm
Networking Lunch
Accountability Journalism Online: Jay Rosen Interviews Dan Froomkin

Rose Theater
The Allen Room
Breakout A
Breakout B
Breakout C
Sponsored Sessions
2:00-
3:15pm

How the Internet Ecosystem Can Improve Journalism:

Frank Rich, Karen Tumulty, Dan Gillmor, Scott Simon, Clay Shirky, Andrew Rasiej (moderator)

Imagining White House 2.0: Making Open Collaboration Platforms Work:

Jim Gilliam, Craig Newmark, Fabrice Florin, Mark Elliott, Jennifer Bell (moderator)

Mapping the Networked Public Sphere: How Blogs, Mainstream Media and Official Sources Interact:

Ken Deutsch, Stan Magniant, Vincent Ducrey, Michael Cornfield (moderator)

Online Video: Lessons from the Obama "Idea Factory" and 2008 Campaign:

Max Harper, Jacob Soboroff, David Burch, Steve Grove (moderator)

Crossing Boundaries Online: Reaching and Organizing Diverse Constituencies:

Kety Esquivel, Liz Mair, Keli Goff, Cheryl Contee (moderator)

Local Campaigns After Obama: Tools and Tactics Turning Online Action Into Offline Results:

Jim Walsh, Matt Compton, Patrick Ruffini, Clay Haynes, and Colin Delany (moderator); sponsored by Wired for Change



Breakout A
3:15-
3:45pm
Coffee Break
sponsored by Linkfluence
Press Conference by IVote4U with Joe Trippi, David Weinberger and Britt Blaser

Rose Theater
The Allen Room
Breakout A
Breakout B
Breakout C
Sponsored Sessions
3:45-
5:00pm

Reinventing Communi- cations From the Net Up:

Heather Gold, Baratunde Thurston, Davar Ardalan, Sean Tevis, Micah L. Sifry (moderator)

The Blogging of the Bureaucracy: How to Use Social Media From Inside Government:

Jeanne Holm, Gwynne Kostin, Ann Aikin, Jed Sundwall, Matthew Burton (moderator)

Why Blogging Still Matters: The Ongoing Vitality of the Netroots and the Rightroots:

Scott Rosenberg, Eric Boehlert, Dan Froomkin, Jon Henke, Ana Marie Cox (moderator)

State/Local Online Politicking: How Community Hubs Can Change the Scene:

Blake Rutherford, Jason Barnett, Steven Clift, Cyrus Krohn (moderator)

New Business Models: How to Survive and Thrive Financially in Online Politics:

Diane Rinaldo, Marcy Wheeler, Dave Karpf, Michael Bassik (moderator)

Beyond my.BarackObama.com: How Social Action Networks Like Facebook, MySpace and Ning are Changing Politics:

Todd Ziegler, Heather Lauer, Roz Lemieux, Jose Vargas (moderator), sponsored by Bivings Group


Rose Theater
5:00-
5:15pm
PoliTech Demos: Andrew Hoppin of NYSenate.gov, David Moore of OpenCongress, Benjamin Stein of MobileCommons and Tristan Harris of Apture
5:15-
6:15pm
Final Plenary: Can We.gov? How? A Conversation With Rep. Steve Israel, Jack Dorsey, Clay Shirky, Ellen Miller, and Joe Trippi

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