Second International Harvard Conference on Internet & Society

Jay Thomas (
Fri, 24 Apr 1998 14:26:12 -0400

For those who haven't heard (probably not many of you)...
May 26-29, 1998
Inclusive, fluid, boundless and ungoverned=97cyberspace opens new
channels of communications and commerce that defy control by
traditional means. This has enormous implications for all
sectors of society, including developing nations eager to adopt the
latest technologies. The Internet in adolescence raises profound
questions. How can society keep pace with the dramatic changes
cyberspace is producing? How can the public's interest be served? How
can Internet constituencies collaborate? Where are the new business
opportunities? How can nonprofit and entrepreneurial activities
influence=97or potentially lead=97this growth?=20
The Second International Harvard Conference on Internet & Society
calls upon experts from many walks of life to outline a vision and a
path for constructive use of the Internet. At the core of all
Conference activities and discussion is the overriding theme: how can
the Net better serve all segments of society?=20

Included in the $1295 conference fee are: all Conference materials;
the opening reception; an evening at the Harvard Art Museums; the New
England clambake and barbecue; entertainment; lunches; and Harvard

Questions: Email or call (617) 432-1638=20

Keynote Speakers:=20
Steve Ballmer, Executive Vice President, Microsoft Corporation
Stephen M. Case, Chairman and CEO, America Online
Esther Dyson, Chairman, EDventure Holdings
Lawrence J. Ellison, Chairman and CEO, Oracle Corporation
Louis V. Gerstner, Jr., Chairman and CEO, IBM
Scott G. McNealy, Chairman, CEO, and President, Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Kim Polese, President and CEO, Marimba, Inc.=20
Jay Thomas (w)617-576-4832=09
Network Manager (b)617-546-2444=09
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