More NewsConference to Discuss Impact of Tech on the Power Structure

Conference to Discuss Impact of Tech on the Power Structure

On July 27, the Silicon Alley Reporter will present a conference entitled the "Rising Tide Summit," focused on technology's impact on society's power structures.

On July 27, the Silicon Alley Reporter will present a conference entitled the “Rising Tide Summit,” focused on technology’s impact on society’s power structures.

A long list of CEOs and other bigs in the interactive industry, including a many ad execs, signed on as participants.

The Rising Tide Summit is an open discussion between the attendees and speakers. Everyone is a participant. The day-long (8 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.) multi-disciplinary event will include speakers, multimedia presentations, refreshments, and extended networking opportunities. The conference will be followed by a party in the Great Hall of the New York Historical Society.

Registration is available at the event Web site. Cost is $500 per seat.

Sponsors include Coopers and Lybrand LLP, Music Boulevard, Oracle Corp. and Orrick, Harrington and Sutcliffe LLP.

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