This is a discussion on NYC LOCAL: Tuesday 21 October 2008 Internet Society NY Meeting and More - BSD ; what="official Internet Society New York announcement" note="more than one meeting is announced" edits="Emacs fill-paragraph called on several blocks of text"> Date: Tue, 21 Oct 2008 05:15:57 -0400 To: firstname.lastname@example.org From: ISOC-NY announcements Subject: [isoc-ny] ISOC-NY coming events / recent webcasts ...
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Date: Tue, 21 Oct 2008 05:15:57 -0400
From: ISOC-NY announcements
Subject: [isoc-ny] ISOC-NY coming events / recent webcasts
ISOC-NY is not having it's regular monthly meeting this
month. However there will be two working group meetings.
TONIGHT! Tue Oct 21 Event planning meeting 7-8pm
- rm 317 251 Mercer st (Warren Weaver Hall - NYU)
THURSDAY! Oct 23 ISXubuntu working group 7-8pm - location tbd
Check http://isoc-ny.org/wiki/Current_events for details.
The November Monthly meeting will be at NYU on Nov 18th
Internet Freedom Bash
On Thursday Oct 23 freepress are holding the 1st Annual Internet
Freedom Bash at the Maritime Hotel. Star-studded line up. Tix
are $50. Details are on http://www.isoc-ny.org/?p=446
Evan Korth's Computers and Society @ NYU - Fall 2008 Series -
co-sponsored by ISOC-NY
Three sessions have been held thus far.
Tim Westergren - The Future of Music
Fred Benenson - Brief History of Copyright
Fred Benenson - Creative Commons & Free Culture
Supposedly John Perry Barlow is up next but he is yet to
confirm. After that we have
11/5/2008 Douglas Rushkoff
11/9/2008 Lawrence Lessig
11/19/2008 Andrew Rasiej
One Web Day 2008
Video of the Sep 22 Washington Square event is now available at
It needs to be transcribed in English, so that it can be
translated to other languages. Volunteers?
City Council Hearings
There have been two hearings of interest recently. Both were
somewhat contentious, and are well worth reviewing as the issues
continue to reverberate.
or more particularly
(note the first segment is listed last)
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