Thursday, December 18, 2003 - The Progress & Freedom Foundation Blog

February in Boulder

I would be remiss if I did not make a pitch for the Silicon Flatirons annual symposium, to be held Feb. 8-9th in Boulder. Silicon Flats, a brainchild of the polymath Professor Weiser, is an academic partner for the IRLE. This year's symposium, concisely entitled The Digital Broadband Migration: Toward a Regulatory Regime for the Internet Age, will feature keynote speeches by Chairman Powell and Larry Lessig. Ray also will be participating on roughly the one year anniversary of his first speech as PFF President, as well as IRLE faculty members Dale Hatfield and Howard Shelanski. As with our Aspen Summit, it is interesting to observe the impact of altitude on the frankness and depth of discussion, particularly amongst those panelists making the trek from inside the beltway. And, as an added bonus, the symposium is timed as such for attendees to enjoy other worthwhile Colorado pursuits.

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