The Internet Society’s New York Chapter (ISOC-NY) has for some years been following the .nyc and ICANN process on behalf of the NYC community and will, on Saturday April 10 2010, host a symposium “dot nyc – How are we doing?” at NYU. Vendors Eric Brunner-Williams of CORE Internet Council of Registrars and Antony Van Couvering of Minds +
Machines will reveal details of their proposals to the City, after which there will be a discussion “What’s it for?” about possible applications – civic, community, commercial, and “outside the box” –
for a local top level domain.
What: ISOC-NY Event: dot nyc – How are we doing?
When: Saturday Apr 10 2010; 1pm-4.30pm (1700-2030 UTC)
Where: Warren Weaver Hall NYU Rm102, 250 Mercer St, NY 10012 Who: Public Welcome. Admission Free.
Sponsor: ISOC-NY Meetup: http://internetpro.meetup.com/51/calendar/13100813/ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=108703639164601