Conversations tagged with "events"

FTC Roundtable Explores Online Privacy

On 2010-04-22, Tagged with: events, john-clippinger, online-privacy, zeba-khan

Can there be security and privacy online after the fact?

Transforming the Last Mile State

On 2010-04-22, Tagged with: digital-firms, events, matt-dunne

Being the least connected state in the country earned Vermont the nickname of the Last Mile State. But it is precisely because of this reputation that Matt Dunne thinks Vermont can be transformed into a leader in connectivity, broadband competition, and innovation. 

A Reflection on Leslie Zebrowitz’s talk

On 2010-03-05, Tagged with: events, judith-donath, trust-and-honesty

Leslie Zebrowitz’s talk brought her work—which deals with how deep-seated tendencies to overgeneralize distort our assessment of people,–to bear on the issue of justice in the courtroom.

A Reflection on Jeremy Bailenson’s talk

On 2010-02-10, Tagged with: events, judith-donath, trust-and-honesty

A Reflection on Jeremy Bailenson’s talk, “Transformed Social Interaction in Virtual Reality.” In virtual worlds, people appear in the guise of avatars. These graphical representations can closely resemble the user – but they can also be radically or subtly transformed. 

A Reflection on Stephen Kosslyn’s talk

On 2010-02-01, Tagged with: events, judith-donath, trust-and-honesty