Personal Democracy Forum 2008 Sessions

Session Grid

Tuesday, June 24, 2008
Time Session Name Track Location Attending?
8:30 AM
Ends: 8:45 AM
The New Renaissance

13 notes
3.0 stars
Rose Theater Log in
8:45 AM
Ends: 9:00 AM
The Rise of a Civic Generation

12 notes
Rose Theater Log in
9:00 AM
Ends: 9:30 AM
Open Data, Open Government

10 notes
5.0 stars
Rose Theater Log in
9:30 AM
Ends: 10:10 AM
The Power of Information to Transform Government

11 notes
5.0 stars
Rose Theater Log in
10:10 AM
Ends: 10:45 AM
The Future of the Internet: Towards Civic Technologies

11 notes
Rose Theater Log in
11:15 AM
Ends: 12:15 PM
Deploying the Cognitive Surplus: How Social Technology Can Help Solve Global Problems

9 notes
Rose Theater Log in
12:15 PM
Ends: 12:45 PM
Hyperpolitics: What Happens When We Are All Connected

10 notes
3.0 stars
Rose Theater Log in
2:00 PM
Ends: 3:15 PM
National Tech Policy: Which Way Forward?

5 notes
Rose Theater Log in
2:00 PM
Ends: 3:15 PM
Mastering the new world of online political video (Skills track)
Somewhere between expensive and highly-produced commercial video and the millions of home-made videos people post of their babies lies an enormous opportunity for online politic...
3 notes
The Allen Room Log in
2:00 PM
Ends: 3:15 PM
Design Principles for Online Democracy: Connecting Government and Constituents in the Internet Age
Why is it that the best designed government web portals are for collecting your taxes, and the worst ones are for gathering your input? Maybe it's time for Government 2.0. This ...
3 notes
5.0 stars
Breakout Room A Log in
2:00 PM
Ends: 3:15 PM
All Politics is Local (And the Blogs are Proving It) (Big Fish in Small Fishbowls)
While national political blogs get all the attention, local bloggers are actually where the action is. All over the country, local blogs are shaking up the local scene, covering...

Breakout Room B Log in
2:15 PM
Ends: 3:15 PM
Campaign-Blogger Relations (Best Practices)


Breakout Room C Log in
3:45 PM
Ends: 5:00 PM
Think-Tanking 2.0: Moving Ideas and Policy in a Networked Age
The world of ideas and policy-mongering is changing when everyone, in effect, owns their own printing press and the power of old media gatekeepers is diminished, if not complete...
2 notes
Breakout Room C Log in
3:45 PM
Ends: 5:00 PM
Ideas that Spread Win: Going Viral Online
We may be drenched in information and bombarded by messages, but there's no question that ideas that spread themselves tend to win. Our panel of experts will tackle these questi...
2 notes
Rose Theater Log in
3:45 PM
Ends: 5:00 PM
The Cross-Partisan Movement for Political Transparency and Watchdogging Government from Below
In the past few years, a strange bedfellow coalition of political bloggers from left to right, along with good government groups, have forged new alliances to open government to...
3 notes
Breakout Room A Log in
3:45 PM
Ends: 5:00 PM
Idea Market
We're pleased to be bringing back the "Idea Market" session to PdF this year, as last year it was one of the conference highlights. It's basically a "flea market" for ideas. Pic...
1 note
The Allen Room Log in
3:45 PM
Ends: 5:00 PM
New ways of making (and spending) money online
More people are spending more time going online to find out political information, and yet online political advertising lags behind traditional media. Where should you be spendi...

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5:00 PM
Ends: 5:15 PM
Great New Political Applications

2 notes
Rose Theater Log in
5:15 PM
Ends: 6:15 PM
Closing Plenary: Redefining Leadership in a Networked Age

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