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NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 12 November 2008 Computers and Society: Amanda Mich

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Subject: NYC LOCAL: Wednesday 12 November 2008 Computers and Society: Amanda Michel on Technology, Networks, and Journalism
Date: 12 Nov 2008 02:23:36 -0500

  what="official announcement by sponsor of Evan Korth class meeting"
  note="more public meetings of Computers and Society Class coming up"
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 Date: Tue, 11 Nov 2008 18:36:14 -0500
 From: ISOC-NY announcements <>
 Subject: [isoc-ny] Amanda Michel - "Technology, Networks, and Journalism" @ 
NYU  Wednesday

 ISOC-NY is a co-sponsor of Evan Korth's Computers & Society
 speaker series at NYU this fall. The next talk is tomorrow
 Wednesday. It will feature Amanda Michel - her topic is
 "Technology, Networks, and Journalism."

 Amanda Michel is Director of HuffPost's OffTheBus. Amanda started
 in politics during the 2003-2004 campaign cycle, working as the
 National Director of Generation Dean and then creating and
 managing the MediaCorps program for the Kerry- Edwards
 campaign. Along with several other Kerry-Edwards coworkers she
 helped co-found the New Organizing Institute in the wake of the
 2004 election. Since then she's taken her online organizing
 skills to media, working at Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet
 & Society and on Assignment Zero, a Wired and
 collaboration. She is also a Knight Digital Media Fellow.

 Date: Wed November 12 2008
 Time: 3.30pm - 4.45pm
 Warren Weaver Hall NYU Rm 109
 251 Mercer Street
 New York, NY 10012

 Members and public welcome. Enter via W. 4th St. Photo ID required.

 Amanda has declined to be videotaped so there will be no webcast
 on this one. If you want to see/hear what she has to say -

 Video of previous talks can be found on YouTube

 Joly MacFie 
 212 608 1334 

Distributed poC TINC:

Jay Sulzberger <>
Corresponding Secretary LXNY
LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization.

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