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Explore the bounds of peer-to-peer networking...
Shape the next generation of Internet applications...
Register for the O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer Conference...
The cluster of technologies we're now calling peer-to-peer is a melting pot of
ideas that's about to boil over. The O'Reilly P2P Conference,
the first and most important conference on P2P, will provide a unique
opportunity for developers, entrepreneurs, investors, and those making
technology-buying decisions to interact with and engage in conversations with
leaders in the peer-to-peer space.
The O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer Conference
February 14-16, 2001
Westin St. Francis Hotel
San Francisco, California
Technical visionaries and business leaders will forge the future of
peer-to-peer collaborative networking, and explore the technical, legal, and
business dimensions raised by the most revolutionary new Internet applications
since the Web. Napster, Gnutella, Freenet, Infrasearch, SETI@Home, Popular
Power, Groove, Jabber, UDDI-you name it, they'll all be there under one roof,
providing a unique opportunity to meet and learn from the technology and
business innovators who are shaping the next generation of pervasive
Speakers include: Gene Kan, Ian Clarke, Ray Ozzie, Dave Anderson, and others
who are shaping the P2P revolution.
"This is the next great thing for the Internet. We haven't even begun to
understand or imagine the possibilities."
--Lawrence Lessig, P2P Conference Keynote Speaker
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