PdF 2010 - Day Two Schedule - June 4th

Day Two, Friday June 4, 2010

Click here to see the schedule for Day One, Thursday June 3, 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
The Future of the Networked Age
Andrew Rasiej and Micah L. Sifry
9:00-
9:30am
Rethinking Government
Aneesh Chopra
9:30-
10:00am
Rethinking Non-profits
Beth Kanter and Allison Fine
10:00-
10:30am
Coffee Break
Sponsored by Wired for Change
Microsoft Press Conference
(Breakout C)
10:30-
10:40am
Rethinking the Open City
Jen Pahlka and Bryan Sivak
10:40-
11:00am
Rethinking Economics
Bernard Avishai
11:00-
11:20am
Rethinking Broadband
Susan Crawford
11:20-
11:40am
Rethinking Media
Markos Moulitsas
11:40-
11:55am
Rethinking Leadership
Marc Smith
11:55-
12:15pm
Rethinking Representation
Clay Shirky
12:15-
1:00pm
Rethinking Community, Literacy and the Public Sphere
Howard Rheingold
1:00-
2:00pm
Lunch
Sponsored by AT&T
2:00-
3:00pm
The Bleeding Edge
(Recital Hall)
Advanced Online Organizing
(Breakout B)
Philanthropy 2.0: How Foundations are Opening Up and Innovating:
Chris Gates (moderator), Ellen Miller, Kari Saratovsky, Stacy Donohue
How Democrats are Innovating in Online Campaigning:
Stephanie Taylor, Natalie Foster, Danny Cantor, Ari Melber (moderator)
Media
(Breakout E)
Developers
(Breakout D)
Debate: Should Government 'Save' Journalism?
Andrew Keen, Marc Cooper, Josh Silver, Jan Schaffer, Jeff Jarvis (moderator)
Quick-Start
(Breakout A)
We.gov
(Main Hall)
Using Web Analytics Tools to Make Your Organization More Effective: Case Studies in How to Start
Alisa Aydin, Shayna Englin, Ken Deutsch, Shabbir Imber Safdar (moderator)
New Tools for Listening: How to Engage the Wisdom of the Crowd:
Ginny Hunt, Anil Dash, Ken Goldberg, Conor White-Sullivan, Clay Shirky (moderator)
Sponsor Session
Fenton
(Breakout C)
Becoming the Influencer: How to Make Your Organization the Center of the Conversation on Your Issue
Adam Green, Jodi Jacobson, Barry Jackson, Heather Holdridge (moderator)
3:00-
3:30pm
Break
3:30-
4:30pm
The Bleeding Edge
(Breakout E)
Advanced online organizing
(Main Hall)
Why Broadband Matters: Where the Participation Divide is a Chasm
Tim Reid, Art Brodsky, Lauren Coleman, Nancy Scola (moderator)
The Enduring Importance of Blogs as Organizing Hubs:
Jane Hamsher, Lisa Stone, Patrick Ruffini, Taegan Goddard (moderator)
Media
(Recital Hall)
Developers
(Breakout D)
How Hyperlocal Online Projects Are Changing Local Political Coverage:
Susan Mernit, David Bennahum, Debbie Galant, Steve Grove, Rachel Sterne (moderator)
Quick-Start
(Breakout A)
We.gov
(Breakout B)
Search Engine Optimization: How to Make Sure People Are Finding You and Your Cause:
Vanessa Fox, Kevin Lee, Katie Harbath, Sara Holoubek (moderator)
The OpenMUNI Movement:
Jen Pahlka, Bryan Sivak, John Tolva, Phil Ashlock (moderator)
Sponsor Session
Campaign Grid
(Breakout C)
Campaign Grid: Best Practices in Online Fundraising and List-Building
Steve Moore, Julie Germany, Michael Palmer, Richard Masterson (moderator)

Main Hall
4:30-
5:30pm
Tech for Politics, Tech for Change: Short Talks and Demos from John Tolva (IBM), Cindy Gallop (IfWeRanTheWorld.com), Stan Freck (Microsoft), Ben Berkowitz (SeeClickFix), Steve Grove (YouTube), and Jed Sundwall (USA.gov) With Comments From Craig Newmark, Esther Dyson, and Samuel Coates
5:30-
6:30pm

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