The 5th annual OneWebDay global celebration will take place on Wednesday September 22 2010. Two events are planned for the day in New York City. Two further events will occur over the course of the rest of the week. Join the NYC group at http://onewebday2010.org/groups/new-york-city/
HAPPY ONEWEBDAY !
Wed Sep 22 2010: 1.30pm – 2.30pm
Harlem Internet Computer Access Project
The Chauncey Hooper Towers
10 West 138th Street
Harlem, USA 10037 (map)
At this event we plan to meet up with some of the seniors who have been learning Internet skills through this valuable program, and to introduce them to the new NYCwiki neighborhood initiative. It is hoped they can be persuaded to contribute to the project their memories, and even photographs of their mementos, of the good old days.
Wed Sep 22 2010: 5 pm – 6.45 pm
ISOC-NY OneWebDay 2010
Warren Weaver Hall NYU – Rm. 512
251 Mercer St, NYC 10012 (map)
At this event Alex Goldman will make a presentation on this year’s OneWebDay theme of recognizing three core Internet principles:
* The end-to-end principle
* Open Internetworking
* The Internet Model
This will be followed by an open discussion on the state of the Internet, and also the development of OneWebDay itself.
Thu Sep 23 2010: 8.30 am – 7.30pm
Open Hardware Summit
New York Hall of Science.
47-01 111th Street Queens, NY 11368 (map)
The devices that attach to the Internet are as important as the network itself. The freedom to develop new devices requires the same kind of open generative frameworks that have broken open the programming world. A prelude to the Maker Faire that will happen in the same venue over the weekend, at this – the first conference of its kind – open source hardware producers will come together to hammer out some of the basics.
* Registration required – It’s almost sold out so get in fast!
Fri September 24: Noon – 6.30 pm
Sat September 25: 9 am – 8.30 pm
New York Law School
185 West Broadway
New York, NY 10013 (map)
Innovate/Activate is an Unconference on IP and Activism, presented by the Institute for Information Law & Policy at NYLS, and cosponsored by the Information Society Project at Yale Law School. The stated purpose is to “reexamine our approaches to improving global welfare by identifying new and existing IP-related challenges to activism, developing strategies for overcoming IP obstacles, and delivering practical solutions to spur social, political, environmental, scientific, technological and legal change.”
* Registration required
* Joly MacFie of ISOC-NY will be on the Replicate / Recreate panel on Sep 24 at 1:15-2:45 pm