Personal Democracy Forum 2008

Session: Idea Market
Description
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. Picture a large room with all kinds of interesting people hosting discussions based at tables scattered around the room, and attendees "voting with their feet" and sampling the topics, or hanging around one table for the full session to go deep on one subject.

New Tools for Getting out the Vote, with Judith Freeman

How to Trust Voting Technology with John Sebes

Ringtones as Organizing Vehicles with Jo Lee

Techgrrl's Secrets for Dealing with Technology Overload with Deanna Zandt

Online Organizing and the Working Class with Charles Lenchner

Revolution in Jesusland: The New Evangelical Politics with Zack Exley

How Not to Be Fooled By Polls with Mark Blumenthal

Searching and Using Congressional Video with Michael Dale

The OpenCongress Experience with David Moore

Using Online Video for Grassroots Organizing with Jacob Soboroff and Cliff Schecter

Think Globally, Blog Locally. with Ruby Sinreich

Social Networks, Politics and Youth with Rebecca Hayes

Using Analytics to Fine-Tune Your Strategy with Katie Harbath

Podcasting 101 with Jordan Schroder
Session Details
Speakers: David Moore
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Jo Lee
Greg Miller
Zack Exley
Charles Lenchner
Deanna Zandt
Jacob Soboroff
Judith Freeman
Rebecca Hayes
Ruby Sinreich
Mr. Jordan Schroder
Cliff Schecter
Mark Blumenthal

Date: Tuesday, June 24, 2008
3:45 PM - 5:00 PM
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Location: The Allen Room
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