I’ll be delivering the keynote speech for the Culture of Sharing symposium at the University of Wisconsin-Madison this Saturday, April 12, 2008. The event as a whole runs 3-6pm, with a “how to start a Students for Free Culture chapter” workshop 6-7pm, but if you just want to see my speech that’s at 3:15-4:00pm. You should stay for the whole thing though, because I’ll be running a breakout session on “Open source: sharing programming solutions”, and that will be fun too 😉
I’ll also be speaking for Georgetown Free Culture at Georgetown University in Washington DC on Weds, April 16, and for Free Culture at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia on Weds, April 23 (Students for Free Culture’s birthday). I’ll post more details here when I get them.
UPDATE: My Georgetown talk will be at 7:15p in Healy 103 on Weds, April 16. To get there, you can take the Orange line to Rosslyn and then take the “GUTS” bus to campus (http://otm.georgetown.edu/guts/index.cfm?fuse=ross) or a cab to 37th and O St.