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March 30, 2009

studying society in a digital world conference

At the end of this month I'm going to be skipping out on WWW (bummer) to attend a conference on studying society in a digital world (yay). It seems a bit cruel to mention it here, because attendance appears to be limited to Princeton affiliated folk, but there it is, I couldn't resist hanging out with the usual suspects.

And then as I read the schedule, I started recognizing the papers (oh, there's Jure's, and Lars' and Sean's -- thinking of the younger generation who had presented the papers (or are about the present them) at various conferences). So it's a bit of an old-folks meeting really, where they still let us talk without student supervision :). Can't wait!

Posted by ladamic at March 30, 2009 03:21 PM


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