[hcs-d] Proposed event

Greg Price gprice at post.harvard.edu
Thu Apr 9 01:19:32 EDT 2009


If the Dems and Republicans are behind the event, people will come.
Those are big groups that regularly turn out crowds.

Either of them, or the IOP, may also be helpful in bringing well-known
speakers, at least from the politics side, which will further help
build the audience.

Greg


On Tue, Apr 7, 2009 at 17:29, Joshua Kroll <jkroll at fas.harvard.edu> wrote:
> Perspectives from the past:
>
> Last year we did an event on internet governance with someone from
> IETF and ARIN and nobody came. It was very sad.
>
> This year, though, we had Nicco Mele who was a fellow at KSG and lots
> of people came and it was a lot of fun.
>
> We've also had Harry Lewis talking about technology policy issues and
> again nobody came.
>
> Also this fall, we had someone come from a private company (Elysium
> Digital) to discuss the idea of circumvention as it's used in the DMCA
> and how it has been interpreted by the courts. The talk was really
> really good, although most of the people who came were from HLS.
>
> One sensible place to look for good ideas and speakers is the Berkman
> Center. They bring lots of interesting people to campus to talk about
> technology and the law or technology and its social implications.
> Whatever this event turns out to be, I imagine it will be very similar
> to the stuff they do most of the time, so it would be nice to bring
> them onboard.
>
> Finally, note that Robert Darnton will be speaking with John Palfrey
> and Professor Ann Blair about the history and future of books and
> information dissemination on Wednesday 15 April at 4:30 in Adams
> House. So that should be really really good. I'll send out an
> announcement to either this list or hcs-announce.
>
> The bottom line is that I like this idea too, but I'm already pretty
> convinced that nobody will come.
>
> Josh
>
> On Sun, Apr 5, 2009 at 8:56 PM, Nathan Leiby <nathanleiby at gmail.com> wrote:
>> You might like to talk to Ben Rahn (brahn at fas.harvard.edu), who is a tutor
>> in Pfoho.
>> He currently runs a company interested in exactly this.
>> On Apr 5, 2009, at 3:03 AM, Jim Danz wrote:
>>
>> That'd be cool.  Everyone loves technology, everyone loves Luis Martinez,
>> and some people can stand politics.
>>
>> On Sun, Apr 5, 2009 at 1:01 AM, Brad Seiler <seiler at fas.harvard.edu> wrote:
>>>
>>> As a stealth member of this list, I like this idea.
>>>
>>> -- Brad
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On Sat, Apr 4, 2009 at 11:59 PM, Greg Brockman
>>> <gregory.brockman at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> > Hey,
>>> >
>>> > I received a query from Luis Martinez looking into the possibility of
>>> > hosting an event as a collaboration between HCS, the Harvard
>>> > Republican Club, and the Harvard Dems (and maybe even the IOP) for
>>> > next fall.  The proposed event would be to bring in speakers to talk
>>> > about something at the intersection of politics and technology.  Luis
>>> > said that he'll be running this idea by the Republicans and Dems this
>>> > week, and he wants to know if we are interested in going further with
>>> > this.  Thoughts?
>>> >
>>> > Greg
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