The National Information Infrastructure Awards, BBN Corporation, and MediaCast are proud to bring a netcast of this Roundtable and Reception:
"BEYOND THE BARRIERS"
(6:00 - 8:00pm PDT; Panel began at 6:45pm)
This discussion will cover the Silicon Valley, the Information Highway and the promise of a networked society. Hosted by the U.S. Postal Service and BBN Corporation, it takes place at the San Jose Museum of Innovation in San Jose, California. Attendance in person to the roundtable is limited to 150 people, but thanks to today's technology, it will also be presented live on the Internet for all to learn from.
|P A R T I C I P A N T S||H O W . T O . T U N E . I N|
|Benjamin Carson||Student - 8th Grade, Flood Middle School; Staff Member, Plugged In Enterprises||
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|George Conrades||President and CEO, BBN Corporation|
|Jim Hake||Chairman, NII Awards|
|Mitch Radcliffe||Editorial Director, Digital Media|
|John Patrick||Vice President, Internet Technology, IBM|
|Laura Breeden||Former Director, TIIAP Grant Program, US Dept. of Commerce|
|Chip Bayers||Executive Producer, HotWired 1995 NII Arts & Entertainment Award Winner|
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