Monday, June 2, 2008

Videos up on the conference web site -- and more coverage

Videos of the opening plenary session (continued in part 2), Breaking the Silence, and Clay Shirky's closing keynote are up on the conference web site. There's also an audio-only track of the opening session. Thanks to Brian Pauze of Yale Law School for the assistance -- and with luck, more AV will be coming over the next few weeks.

Coverage of CFP continued last week, most noticeably with For McCain, A Switch On Telecom Immunity? by Jonathan Weisman and Ellen Nakashima in the Washington Post. This article wound up getting discussed both on Daily Kos and on National Review Online's The Corner, which published a rebuttal from Doug Holtz-Eakin of the McCain campaign. Please track the wiki page for updates -- and please add references if you see any!

1 comment:

Satya said...

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