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How is voter-generated content changing election campaigns?
Why should advocacy groups adapt to the connected age?
What new technology tools and practices are on the horizon?
How are new technologies democratizing the political process?
Which political leaders "get it"?
- Thomas Friedman, New York Times
- Arianna Huffington [tentative], The Huffington Post
- Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia
- Seth Godin, Author
- Craig Newmark, Craigslist
- Esther Dyson, Edventure.com
- Gina Glantz, SEIU
- Mike Turk, NCTA
- Yochai Benkler, Author
- Josh Marshall, Talking Points Memo
- Matt Stoller, MyDD.com
- Steve Urquhart, Utah House of Representatives
...and many other leading politicians, technologists, bloggers and activists...
See demos of the most innovative new sites and tools...
Everything from the basics of good online communications to the latest in mobile and video...
JOIN AND NETWORK
with peers, politicians, technologists and hacktivists at the 4th Annual Personal Democracy Forum (PDF) Conference.
Friday May 18 2007, 8:30am - 6:00pm
Pace University, Schimmel Hall, 150 Spruce Street between Nassau and Gold Streets, New York City
Because you need to know what's coming next.
Early Bird registration is now open. Register today and secure your PDF 2007 ticket for $245, that's a $50 savings on our regular price.
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What is the PDF conference?
Every year, top political practitioners and technologists gather for an intense and stimulating day exploring how technology and the Internet are changing democracy in America. We focus on new tools, processes, uses and trends -- not on scoring partisan political points. We value your input and ideas. Join the conversation.
Got a workshop you want to lead or a new tool you want to pitch? Send your proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org with the word "conference" in the subject line.