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[liberationtech] Who's speaking at SXSW?
ei8fdb at ei8fdb.org
Tue Mar 6 14:01:16 PST 2012
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I'll be talking at SXSW, not (directly) tech related though. I'll be MIA on Saturday & Sunday but there for the rest.
On 6 Mar 2012, at 21:45, Gregory Foster wrote:
> As a local, I might be able to help identify a venue.
> Considering a meetup on Saturday, I was reminded that BarCampATX is happening at Black Sheep Lodge until 6pm (so the SXSW BarCamp is actually happening in a bar this year even though that wasn't the original point). Black Sheep is off the SXSW-beaten path on South Lamar, currently one of the more interesting parts of town w/ good beer, good location, and good eats.
> If the preference would be to push for a meetup after SXSW sessions are done for the day, I'm happy to track down other suggestions.
> On 3/6/12 2:55 PM, Brian Conley wrote:
>> I'm down! Where? (never been to austin before, but please, some place with a good beer selection!)
>> On Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 12:54 PM, Jillian C. York <jilliancyork at gmail.com> wrote:
>> How about a Saturday happy hour Libtech meetup?
>> On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 7:20 PM, Danny O'Brien <DObrien at cpj.org> wrote:
>> On Mon, Mar 05, 2012 at 08:45:39PM -0500, Elizabeth Stark wrote:
>> > I'm hosting a session on "SOPA/PIPA: Why the Open Internet Needs Us" with
>> > Andrew McLaughlin, VP of Tumblr and Gary Kovacs, CEO of Mozilla on Saturday at
>> > 11am: http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_IAP992460
>> We should at the very least have a libtech meet-up at SXSW. But not on
>> Friday, because I won't be there yet.
>> > On Mar 5, 2012 5:40 PM, "Jillian C. York" <jilliancyork at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Brian - Hilariously, my panel is How to Run a Social Site and Not Get Users
>> > Killed ... so no shame in the title ;)
>> > I actually had yours on my list already and accidentally forgot to add it,
>> > sorry 'bout that!
>> > On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:35 PM, Brian Conley <brianc at smallworldnews.tv>
>> > wrote:
>> > How Not to Die: Using Tech in a Dictatorship
>> > I will be speaking on that panel with Mark Belinsky and, originally
>> > Lhadon Tethong of SFT and Tibet Action, but now with Sabrina Hersi
>> > Issa.
>> > And yes, I'm aware the title is a bit provocative/annoying, but perhaps
>> > it will garner attendance. Also, It wasn't my idea. ;)
>> > On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 5:31 PM, Jillian C. York <jilliancyork at gmail.com
>> > > wrote:
>> > Apologies if this thread already happened and I deleted it by
>> > accident...Just looking to see what libtech-type panels are on the
>> > schedule this year; I've found quite a few so far (see below), but
>> > I must say their search function is pretty weak (which is why half
>> > my recommendations compiled thus far have EFF colleagues in them!)
>> > ○ Internet Power: After Cyber-Optimism and Pessimism
>> > ○ How to Run a Social Site and Not Get Users Killed
>> > ○ Recognize This! The Ethics of Mobile Face Tagging
>> > ○ Security and Privacy in Social Networks
>> > ○ How 21st Century Tools Are Disrupting Global Power
>> > ○ Debate: Should Social Sites Allow Anonymous Users
>> > ○ Principles and Practices for Privacy by Design
>> > Best,
>> > Jillian
>> > +1-857-891-4244 | jilliancyork.com | @jilliancyork
>> > "We must not be afraid of dreaming the seemingly impossible if we
>> > want the seemingly impossible to become a reality" - Vaclav Havel
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