We are having a busy day here at Harvard Law School. Today is the Google Books Settlement Workshop, jointly sponsored by the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, the Harvard Law School Library, and Professors Charles Nesson, John Palfrey, and Phil Malone. The workshop is a chance to explore the many implications of this controversial settlement, and the many opportunities we may or may not have as a result of it.
The morning sessions included a number of panels with lively semi-back channel interaction on channel Twitter. (Semi because many of the questions and observations are being relayed to the room.) If you have a Twitter account, it’s easy to follow along at TweetChat. Just enter your Twitter login info, and new #gbsworkshop09 posts will automatically refresh on your page.
We are about to break out into small group unconference-y sessions that will not be webcast, but stay tuned for more reports about the workshop!