My friend David Isenberg just announced F2C, aka Freedom to Connect, a conference on network connectivity, economics, applications and policy.
More specifically, as he writes:
“F2C is where communications policy meets networking technology, network economics, networked applications, and network construction and operation. F2C is dedicated to the proposition that strong networks build strong democracies, and vice versa.”
It will be held March 30-31 in suburban Washington, DC. David has lined up some great people to participate, and I’m planning to be there as well. The issues couldn’t be more important or more timely.