Cate Gable on Tue, 18 Apr 2000 10:13:58 +0200 (CEST)

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[Nettime-bold] IT/ECO Conference May 12-14, SF

Dear 'Green' Friends in the Media:

We are a non-profit group called PLANETWORK. We are sponsoring a 
conference that explores how information technology can support global 
ecology initiatives. Below is a short explanation of our 
project and a URL for more information: 

We would like to make press passes available to interested members of 
the mainstream media. If you would like to attend our conference (or 
know someone else at your publication who would), please send an email 
to my attention including your name, your beat, and the publication you 
work for.

If you need help contacting particular speakers, let me know.

Cate Gable

Marketing and PR Director
for The PLANETWORK Conference
Global Ecology and Information Technology

Cate Gable
Axioun Communications Intl.
3035 Ellis Street
Berkeley, CA 94703
510-644-0193 voice
510-644-0194 fax


PLANETWORK, May 12-14, 2000 at the Golden Gate Club at the Presidio in 
San Francisco, is the first-ever conference to explore how digital 
technologies can contribute to creating an ecologically sustainable 

Presenters include: Kevin Kelly (WiRed magazine); Julia Butterfly Hill 
(eco-heroine + tree-sitter); Jan Hauser (Principle Architect, Sun
Microsystems); Meredith  Lane (VP Biodiversity, Natural Science
Academy); Bruce Sterling (sci-fi progenitor, founder of Viridian
movement)....for others:
For details on presenters and registration information:


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