PdF 2009 | Schedule For Day One, June 29

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Day One, Monday June 29, 2009

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

Rose Theater
8:30-
9:00am
Opening Welcome, Andrew Rasiej and Micah L. Sifry
9:00-
10:00am
Did Obama Revolutionize Campaigning? A Conversation with Joe Rospars (Obama '08) and Mark McKinnon (McCain '08)
10:00-
10:15am
Keynote speech on how technology is improving government by Mayor Michael Bloomberg


Breakout A
10:15-
10:45am
Coffee Break
sponsored by Linkfluence
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America Press Conference with Gina Bianchini, Craig Newmark and Paul Rieckoff

Rose Theater
10:45-
11:05am
Reality Check: The Internet's Impact on Politics: A Conversation With Nate Silver, Fivethirtyeight.com
11:05-
11:25am
Gina Bianchini, Owning Your Identity in Social Media

11:25-
11:50am

danah boyd, The Not-So-Hidden Politics of Class Online
11:50-
12:15pm
Jeff Jarvis, Reinventing Government: What Would Google Do?
12:15-
12:40pm
David Weinberger, Truth and Transparency


Breakout A
12:45-
2:00pm
Networking Lunch
Workshop on "Social Media and Iran" with Katrin Verclas, Davar Iran Ardalan, John Kelly, Olivia Ma, and Nancy Scola

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

Building The Social Economy: Craigbucks, Newmarks, and Making Whuffie:

Tara Hunt, Douglas Rushkoff, Nancy Scola (moderator)

Redesigning .Gov for Transparency and Participation:

Ali Felski, Sheila Campbell, David Almacy, Clay Johnson (moderator)

Adventures in Networked Community Journalism: How to Work With a Crowd:

Amanda Michel, Dave Troy, Andrew Turner, Andy Carvin, Ari Melber (moderator)

Online Advertising and Nano-Targeting: Lessons from the 2008 Campaign:

Josh Koster, Eric Frenchman, Kate Kaye, Peter Greenberger, Sara Holoubek (moderator)

Powering the Youth Vote:

Maria-Teresa Kumar, Mike Connery, Greg Miller, Sujatha Jahagirdar (moderator)

America 2.0 -- How Our Changing Demography Is Helping Create a New Politics:

Simon Rosenberg, Morley Winograd, Jose Vargas (moderator); sponsored by NDN



Breakout A
3:15-
3:45pm
Coffee Break
sponsored by Linkfluence
Press conference by Election Mall

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

The Ins and Outs of Online Organizing: Is it Better to be In or Out?:

Mindy Finn, Mike Turk, Natalie Foster, Ilyse Hogue, Leslie Sanchez (moderator)

From Participatory Politics to Participatory Medicine: The Coming Revolution in Health Care:

Rep. Jerry Nadler, Susannah Fox, James Heywood, Esther Dyson (moderator)

Twitter as a Platform for #Organizing and #Fundraising:

Amanda Rose, Allison Fine, Abby Kirigin, David All, Rachel Sklar (moderator)

Mobile Politicking: From Text-Messaging Basics to Campaign iPhone Apps:

Scott Goodstein, Becky Bond, Nicola Wells, Beka Economopoulos (moderator)

Dilemmas of Online Organizing:

Rasmus Nielsen, Tanya Tarr, Deanna Zandt, Judith Freeman (moderator)

Email: Still the Killer App of Online Politics?: Heather Holdridge, Levana Layendecker, Adam Green, Colin Delany (moderator), sponsored by Care2


Rose Theater
5:00-
5:15pm
PoliTech Demos: Tristan Harris of Apture, Stan Magniant of Linkfluence, Abby Kirigin of TipJoy
5:15-
6:15pm
The Obama Broadband Initiative and the Future of the Internet: Opening Remarks by Blair Levin, FCC; Discussion with Josh Silver, James Assey, Hank Hultquist, Andrew Rasiej (moderator)

The Atrium
Breakout Rooms A, B, C & D
6:30-
8:00pm
Cocktail Party
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