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TODAY is a FUTUREWEB SPECIAL EVENTS DAY
9-10:30 in BALLROOM A – VINT CERF WWW KEYNOTE:
FutureWeb attendees are invited to the WWW2010 KEYNOTE BY VINT CERF, Internet pioneer and Google vice president.
10:30-11 – Coffee break
11-12:30 in BALLROOM A – WWW KEYNOTE PANEL:
FutureWeb attendees are invited to the WWW2010 KEYNOTE PANEL discussion on OPEN GOVERNMENT AND THE WORLD WIDE WEB featuring SIR TIM BERNERS-LEE, inventor of the World Wide Web; ANDREW MCLAUGHLIN, deputy CTO for the US Executive Office of the President; JAMES HENDLER, a Semantic Web pioneer from RPI; NIGEL SHADBOLT, director of the Web Science Trust and Web Foundation; PAUL JONES, UNC professor and director of ibiblio, and DAVID FERRIERO, archivist of the United States.
12:30-2:20 – Lunch on your own
2:30-3:30 in ROOM 402 – Special Session:
A series of public interview sessions are being led by LEE RAINIE, director of the Pew Internet & American Life Project. At this first one he will speak with Web inventor SIR TIM BERNERS-LEE, and DANNY WEITZNER, formerly W3C Technology & Society policy director, now the associate administrator for policy at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration
3:30-3:50 – Coffee break
4-5:15 in ROOM 402 – Special Session:
LEE RAINIE interviews VINT CERF, co-inventor of the Internet Protocol and chief technology evangelist for Google.
5:15-6:30 in BALLROOM A – WWW reception:
Only open to those who are non-students, with professional, government or academic passes.
6:30-7:30 in ROOM 402 – Special Session: