PdF 2010 - Day One Schedule - June 3rd

Day One, Thursday, June 3, 2010

Click here to see the schedule for Day Two, Friday June 4, 2010

Please note that the conference schedule is subject to change.

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

Main Hall
8:30-
9:00am
Welcome Remarks,
with Andrew Rasiej and Micah L. Sifry
9:00-
9:20am
A Conversation With Jimmy Wales
9:20-
10:00am
Whistleblowing, Then and Now
Daniel Ellsberg and Julian Assange
10:00-
10:30am
Coffee Break
Sponsored by The Bivings Group
Sunlight Foundation Press Conference
(Breakout C)
10:30-
1:00pm
1:00-
2:00pm
Lunch
Sponsored by AT&T
New Media Ventures
Press Conference
(1 - 1:30pm)
(Breakout C)
2:00-
3:00pm
The Bleeding Edge
(Recital Hall)
Advanced Online Organizing
(Breakout B)
The Leap-Frog Effect: How the Mobile Internet is Altering the Digital Divide
Roberto Lovato, Scott Goodstein, Jennifer Jones, Erica Williams (moderator)
How Republicans are Innovating in Online Campaigning:
Mindy Finn, Rob Willington, Ryan Gravatt, David All (moderator)
Media
(Main Hall)
Developers:
Visualization as a
Tool for Democracy
(Breakout D)
Truth, Factchecking and Online Media:
Jay Rosen, Bill Adair, Julian Assange, Marc Ambinder, Brendan Greeley (moderator)
Quick-Start
(Breakout F - 9th Fl.)
We.gov
(Breakout A)
Online Advertising for Beginners: How to Reach the People You Need to Reach Most Efficiently:
Peter Greenberger, Amy Auerbach, Zac Moffatt, Kate Kaye (moderator)
Improving Government <--> Citizen Engagement:
Gwynne Kostin, Norman Jacknis, Mark Bonchek, Tracy Russo, Josh Levy (moderator)
Sponsor Session:
Mixpo
(Breakout E)
Sponsor Session:
Microsoft
(Breakout C)
Political Online Video Advertising:
Michael Bassik, Michael Beach, Josh Koster, Alex Skatell, Anupam Gupta (moderator)
Listen, Engage, Win!--A Guided Tour of Townhall:
Saul Anuzis, Ravi Singh, Andrew Rasiej, Stan Freck (moderator)
3:00-
3:30pm
Coffee Break
Sponsored by Wired for Change
Vote iQ Press Conference
(Breakout C)
3:30-
4:30pm
The Bleeding Edge
(Breakout E)
Advanced online organizing
(Breakout F - 9th Fl.)
Best of Europe Tech-Politics:
Bente Kalsnes, James Crabtree, Benoit Thieulin, Jon Worth (moderator)
Advanced Online Political Advertising: New Tricks of the Trade
Eric Frenchman, Josh Koster, Mark Skidmore, and Emily Williams, Phil Musser (moderator)
Media
(Breakout A)
Developers
(Breakout D)
Civic/collaborative Media Models: What's Working and Why?
Chris Csikszentmihalyi, Scott Rosenberg, Jessica Clark, Felipe Heusser, Farai Chideya (moderator)
Quick-Start
(Recital Hall)
We.gov
(Breakout B)
Refining Your Social Media Smarts: Campaign Successes From YouTube to Facebook to Twitter:
Jonah Sieger, Barnet Zitron, JD Lasica, Michael Bassik (moderator)
Open Source Crisis Response:
Suzanne Hall, Patrick Meier, Robert Greenberg, Heather Blanchard, Katrin Verclas (moderator)
Sponsor Session:
Economist
(Main Hall)
Sponsor Session:
The Bivings Group
(Breakout C)
Government as if Listening Mattered
James Fishkin, Jane Mansbridge, Howard Rheingold, David Weinberger (moderator)
Political Website Design: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly:
Tom McCormick, Mike Turk, Allyson Kapin, Alexis Matsui (moderator)

Main Hall
4:30-
5:30pm
Tech for Politics, Tech for Change:
Short Talks & Demos

From Phil Noble (Hope+), Tom Serres (Piryx), Rob Kramer (PopRule), Alex Lundry (Targetpoint), Paul Everton (Visible Vote), James Tisch (Vote iQ) and Brian August (Watchitoo),
With Comments From Craig Newmark, Eli Pariser, and Liz Mair
5:30-
6:30pm
In Search of a Theory of Change: The Internet and Democratization,
with Evgeny Morozov, Ethan Zuckerman, Cheryl Contee, Ory Okolloh, and Micah Sifry.
6:30-
8:30pm
Cocktail Party at the Morgan Library
Sponsored by Microsoft

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