First ever TEDxGeorgetown tomorrow

The first ever TedxGeorgetown will take place Wednesday afternoon and evening.

The event, entitled “Netcetera,” features a promotional YouTube ad claiming “every Georgetown student is connected to the world wide web for at least three hours a day.” The video bills the event as exploring “the ways the Internet affects, well, everything else,” including “terrorism, literature, religion, athletics, peace, family, and food.”

Netcetera will showcase Georgetown professors, staff, students and alumni from Georgetown, American University and the University of Maryland, as well as professionals from the online realm.  The speakers’ topics are grouped into the categories of “Community Building,” “Food for Thought,” and “Outside the Lines.”

The TEDxGeorgetown event is free and will take place in the Lohrfink Auditorium is split in to three sections between 4 and 8 p.m. Those interested in attending may RSVP online in order to receive priority seating.

3 Comments on “First ever TEDxGeorgetown tomorrow

  1. This looks awesome. Sweet idea and I am glad we are bringing it to campus.

  2. Rock on Georgetown! What a fantastic idea – can’t wait to participate!

  3. The internet has, indeed, changed the world.

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