[linux-elitists] NYC LOCAL: Monday 23 April 2007: Jay Rosen, Wednesday 25 April 2007: Ed Hasbrouck, will speak to Evan Korth's class
Sun Apr 22 21:57:39 PDT 2007
what="official announcement by Evan Korth of two talks"
sponsors="Evan Korth, NYU Free Culture Club, NYU ACM, Women in Computing, InfoLaw/NYU"
time="Both talks start at 3:30 pm."
place="Warren Weaver Hall is just south and a block east of Washington Squre in Manhattan."
personal_recommendation="Go. All of Evan Korth's guests have been worth hearing.">
Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2007 17:49:40 -0400 (EDT)
From: Evan Korth <email@example.com>
Subject: [Computers_and_society_announcements] Two talks to end the semester
Thanks to everyone who attended the series. It was a great
semester. Among our prestigious speakers this semester, we have
had three EFF Pioneer award winners (Cory Doctorow (2007 -- he
spoke to us before he won), Jimmy Wales (2006), and Richard
We have two additional speakers coming next week to finish off
this semester's series. Either one could be a future Pioneer
winner. A flyer for each is attached to this message. Both
talks will be held in Warren Weaver Hall ("WWH" -- 251 Mercer
On Monday (4-23) NYU's own Jay Rosen will speak about American
journalism and the rise of a new press on the internet at 3:30 in
room 101 (WWH). Jay is a friend who is a strong supporter of
citizen journalism, encouraging the press to take a more active
interest in citizenship, improving public debate, and enhancing
On Wednesday travel expert, investigative journalist and
activist, Ed Hasbrouck will speak at 3:30 in room 109 (WWH) about
travel technology and civil liberties. If you travel and wonder
what the industry does with your personal information, you should
not miss this talk.
Hope to see you next week. If not, have a great summer.
Clinical Assistant Professor
Computer Science Department
New York University
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Jay Sulzberger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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