Posts Tagged ‘visibility’

How to follow CFP 2009 online

Monday, June 1st, 2009

With luck, CFP this year will feature live video streaming and a Twitter backchannel. Along with this blog, the CFP Wetpaint Wiki, and Ask your lawmaker about computers, freedom, and privacy,* we hope this marks a significant step to increasing the visibility of privacy and onine civil liberties issues — during the conference, and throughout the rest of the year too.

The best ways to follow what’s happening:

And please, don’t just follow along — get involved! Join in the conversations on the blog and on Twitter. When you see articles, videos, blog posts, and discussions about CFP-related issues, tweet them and include the #cfp09 hashtag. And stay tuned for more about Ask your lawmaker about computers, freedom, and privacy, a joint project with Capitol News Connection, focused on getting answers and coverage on key legislative issues.


Live bloggers wanted!

Tuesday, May 26th, 2009

If you’ll be at the conference, why not live-blog some of the sessions you’ll be attending?

It’s a great opportunity to share the information with others and spark some conversation … and to attract new readers.  We’ll send out links to the liveblogs for each session, and do daily wrapups to make it easy to follow.

If you’re interested, please leave your name, the session or sessions you’ll be blogging, and a link to your blog in the comments.

Thanks much!