Live-blog Alert: Personal Democracy Forum 2009, Day 2 (6/30)

8 years ago

Tomorrow, I'll be live-blogging the following presentations from Personal Democracy Forum 2009, Day 2. I use a program called CoverItLive and embed it in a post on Writes Like She Talks. When the session starts, I start typing as it happens and you can read and/or comment - it's a great way to be there without being there.

I'll make the blog posts live as the sessions get underway and will also be enabling the tool that allows tweets to come into the stream of discussion/commenting going on during the sessions so feel free to access the live-blog from this blog or twitter. If you have any questions, let me know via comments here or e-mail.

I will be working to make sure that the CoverItLive frames are posted here at BlogHer.com as well but if you're interested in following a session listed below and you don't see anything here yet, definitely check out WLST. Many thanks to BlogHer.com for letting me post about this.

Innovation in Government, Obama-Style: Beth Noveck and Vivek Kundra, and Macon Phillips, introduced by Craig Newmark

Chairman Steele said, “Take the lid off”: The New GOP Web Presence: Todd Herman

Sunlight Foundation Press Conference: with Ellen Miller, Clay Johnson and David Moore

Social Networks and Social Revolutions: Randi Zuckerberg

21st Century Statecraft: Fostering Citizen-Centered Diplomacy and Development: Alec Ross

The Machine is (Changing) Us: YouTube Culture and the Politics of Authenticity: Michael Wesch

The Dangerous Power of Sharing (Power): Mark Pesce

Accountability Journalism Online: Jay Rosen Interviews Dan Froomkin

How the Internet Ecosystem Can Improve Journalism: Frank Rich, Karen Tumulty, Dan Gillmor, Scott Simon, Clay Shirky, Andrew Rasiej (moderator)

Press Conference by IVote4U: Joe Trippi, David Weinberger and Britt Blaser

State/Local Online Politicking: How Community Hubs Can Change the Scene: Blake Rutherford, Jason Barnett, Steven Clift, Cyrus Krohn (moderator)

PoliTech Demos: Andrew Hoppin of NYSenate.gov, David Moore of OpenCongress, Benjamin Stein of MobileCommons and Tristan Harris of Apture

Final Plenary: Can We.gov? How?: A Conversation With Rep. Steve Israel, Jack Dorsey, Clay Shirky, Ellen Miller, and Joe Trippi

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