Net Tuesday Philly Meetup Message Board › Net Tuesday, March 1: Privacy & Social Change on the Web
Upper Darby, PA
Join us on Tuesday, March 1 for a discussion on privacy and social change on the web. (This event was originally scheduled for February 1, but was postponed because of the weather.)
We'll meet at the Friends Center, 1501 Cherry Street, starting at 6:00 PM. RSVP's are appreciated for planning purposes.
We’ll have four great speakers touching on several aspects of this issue to stimulate our discussion, including:
Who should come to this event?
More about the presentersHannah Miller is a writer, consultant, and thinker on topics involving written words, sounds, still images, and moving pictures, in their transit over phone and cable lines, through the air, and to your radios, Media and Democracy Coalition[/url], and drawn what might be the world’s only cartoon on net neutrality. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-888-8036.
Ivan Boothe is the creative director of Rootwork.org, working with nonprofits and social change groups, developing websites and doing online strategy around advocacy, fundraising and member engagement. He is a community organizer with Casino-Free Philadelphia and the online communications coordinator for the Fellowship of Reconciliation. He has experience in a number of social change and nonprofit groups, including co-founding the Genocide Intervention Network.
Mario Rodriguez is an Annenberg doctoral candidate specializing in social network privacy. His dissertation is a study of Facebook privacy among college seniors as they transition to the workplace. Mario received his Jenkins Law Library[/url]. His New Year’s resolution is to start (and regularly contribute to) a blog, which he’s mildly embarrassed to share with you here.
Live online webcastIf you’re not located in Philadelphia, or just can’t make it to the event in person, be sure to follow along on our live webcast. We’ll also have a Twitter backchannel set up using the hashtag #phlnet2, and we invite those at the event and those following remotely to comment and submit questions through Twitter.
The event begins at 6:00 PM in Philadelphia, with time for conversations and networking. The programmatic portion of the evening, along with the live online webcast, will begin at 6:30 PM Eastern. Learn more about the live webcast.
Thanks to our sponsor for this event, the American Friends Service Committee.
photo credit: Flickr user opensourceway