Internet & Society Conference - Updates!

The Internet & Society Conference 2007 is coming up this Friday, June 1st at Harvard Law School, and we are delighted that you will be joining us.

In preparation for Friday's conference, please be aware of these details:

CHECK-IN: The conference will begin promptly at 9:00 a.m. in Ames Courtroom, which is located in Austin Hall. Check-in will take place starting at 8:00 a.m. in Austin Hall. We request that you register early, as classes will be starting at 9:00 a.m. in Austin Hall on the day of the conference.

DIRECTIONS: The law school is easily accessible by public transportation and is located at the Harvard Square T stop on the Red Line. We encourage you to take public transportation to the conference, as we are unable to provide parking accommodations, and public parking in the area is very limited.

Map of Harvard Campus:

RECEPTION: A reception and keynote presentation by Nicholas Negroponte of the One Laptop per Child Project will take place on the evening of May 31st, and is open to all conference attendees. However, space is very limited for this event. Please RSVP to if you plan to attend. Once we reach capacity we will no longer be able to accommodate conference participants for this reception, regardless of registration.

FOOD FOR THOUGHT DINNERS: On the evening of June 1st, informal groups will assemble for dinner and conversation at various restaurants in Harvard Square. To see the topics of conversation, and to register to participate in the dinner groups, please refer to this wiki page:

CONFERENCE WIKI: If you wish, you can add your name and contact information to the main list of conference participants here:

Also, please feel free to browse the wiki page for the working groups:

The finalized schedule, descriptions of the working groups and participants, and more can be found on our conference website:

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you this Friday!

--The Internet & Society Conference 2007 Organizers