As part of the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University’s commitment to building human networks and community around our projects, connecting our friends and colleagues with one another, and protecting against Cambridge isolation, we have initiated a series of gatherings around the country where we jointly explore substantive issues and social time to reflect on them.
In San Francisco, we'll be celebrating the release our newest publication -- John Palfrey and Urs Gassers' Born Digital: Understanding the First Generation of Digital Natives -- in which they explore many of the key issues at the intersection of new technology and young people, including privacy, safety, creativity, learning, civic engagement. We're hoping Berkman friends, colleagues, alumni, and others who have interest in Internet and society issues will attend, and we would love to bring you and your community into the mix, by both joining us and inviting people you think would be interested.
The book talk and reception will take place on Monday, September 15 at Hotel Vitale at 6:00PM, and is generously co-hosted by our colleagues: David Hornik (HLS '94) of August Capital, the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, Creative Commons, Tod Cohen of eBay Inc., the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Stanford's Center for Internet & Society, and Meg Garlinghouse of Yahoo! Inc.
Official Website: http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/node/4575
Added by berkmancenter on September 3, 2008