I’m attending an Internet politics conference in Barcelona, and you’re invited

I arrived in Barcelona yesterday for the Personal Democracy Forum’s (PDF) first-ever conference in Europe (they’ve held annual conferences in New York). The conference is about the Internet and politics, but also governance. It should be quite interesting, as its focus is very Europe-centric. It’s a great chance to meet a number of the Internet-politics leaders from around Europe, and a number of the bloggers I recently met in France are going to be attending. (As is conservative US blogger David All, who I just ran in to in our hotel lobby, and Ilyse Hogue of MoveOn, Joe Rospars who worked for Obama, and others.) PDF is offering 20% off the registration fee for anyone who wants to attend (it starts tomorrow and goes through Saturday), provided you use this link and the following discount code (discount code: americablog09 )


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