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Monday Photos from the O'Reilly Peer-to-Peer and Web Services Conference

by Derrick Story
11/05/2001

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Postponed from its original September date, O'Reilly's second conference on peer-to-peer computing got off to a start on Monday in Washington, D.C. Rael Dornfest, the conference chair, is using his iBook and the 802.11b network we set up to blog some of the sessions. We'll also be publishing photos from the conference. Watch for more updates through Wednesday.

All photos by Derrick Story, the O'Reilly Network. Press may use photos on this page as long as credit is attributed to D. Story/O'Reilly Network.


Christian Huitema. Photo by Derrick Story.
Christian Huitema presents "Distributed Peer-to-peer Name Resolution".

Cory Doctorow. Photo by Derrick Story.
Cory Doctorow at his talk, "A New Way of Understanding P2P".

Rael Dornfest and panel. Photo by Derrick Story.
Panel discussion with (left to right): Cory Doctorow, Clay Shirky, Steve Burbeck, and Rael Dornfest.

Clay Shirky.  Photo by Derrick Story.
Clay Shirky giving keynote, "The Great Re-wiring".

Clay Shirky.  Photo by Derrick Story.
Clay Shirky giving keynote, "The Great Re-wiring".

LTC James Ferguson. Photo by Derrick Story.
LTC James Ferguson, a panelist on "P2P Customers".

Attendees candid.  Photo by Derrick Story.
Attendees in the courtyard between sessions.

Attendees at break candid.  Photo by Derrick Story.
During a break in the action.

Tim O'Reilly.  Photo by Derrick Story.
Tim O'Reilly, moderator of The Emergent Computing Policy Roundtable on Monday afternoon.

Pic of Audience.  Photo by Derrick Story.
There were few empty seats in the Washington Ballroom during the Emergent Computing Policy Roundtable on Monday afternoon.

Roundtable Participants.  Photo by Derrick Story.
Emergent Computing Policy Roundtable participants included from left to right: Fred von Lohmann, EFF; Peter Jaszi, Digital Future Coalition; Marc Pearl, Shaw Pittman, LLP; Mary Rundle, World Trade Org.; and Michael Nelson, IBM.

Lucas Gonze.  Photo by Derrick Story.
Lucas Gonze discussing, "Is File Sharing Stealing?"

Lucas Gonze Fielding Questions.  Photo by Derrick Story.
Lucas Gonze (blue shirt) talking with conference attendees during the afternoon break.

Microsoft's Mark Lucovsky.  Photo by Derrick Story.
Mark Lucovsky, distinguished engineer at Microsoft, providing an insider's view of .NET.

Michael Macedonia.  Photo by Derrick Story.
Michael Macedonia, PH.D., US Army Chief Scientist, talks about network-centric warfare.

Michael Nelson and Bruce Epstein.  Photo by Derrick Story.
Michael Nelson, IBM (left) talks with Bruce Epstein after the roundtable.

The US Army's Earl Wardell.  Photo by Derrick Story.
Earl Wardell, US Army, explains the difficulties of cultural change within the military during the Miltary Applications of P2P panel discussion.

von Lohmann and Huitema.  Photo by Derrick Story.
Fred von Lohmann, EFF continues the debate with Christian Huitema, Microsoft, after the Emergent Computing Policy Roundtable.

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