As the writer/editor of Enough Said, I’ve been dispatched to the Netroots Nation progressive blogging conference this week, so I’ll be blogging and tweeting live from the workshops and forums. Our web producer Zack Brisson is here too, and we’ll be fanning out across the more than 70 panels and talking to people about why they should get engaged in stopping mass atrocities.
Here’s the line-up of panels we’re attending today, leading up to President Bill Clinton’s keynote tonight:
The Global Netroots, featuring Jerome Armstrong, Nico Pitney, and Lauren Shannon
Leveraging Strength: Effective Collaboration Between Online and Offline Organizations and Activists, featuring Nathan Henderson-James, James Rucker, Robert Greenwald, and Laura Clawson
Tweeting in the Trenches, featuring Sarah Granger, Brent Blackaby, Brian Reich, Tracy Viselli, and Cheryl Contee
Democracy Without Newspapers, featuring Susannah Vila, Jay Rosen, Persephone Miel, Ari Melber, Yobachi Boswell, Michael A. Fuoco, and Karl Frisch
Measuring ROI: Tools, Tips, and Tricks of the Trade, featuring Danielle Brigida, Apollo Gonzales, Stephanie Pistello, and Josh Nelson