The Foundation is organizing a conference with Brewster Kahle on Wednesday, March 16 at La Cantine (Paris)
“Towards Universal Access to Human Knowledge” Brewster Kahle
The Internet Memory Foundation, in partnership with La Cantine, invites Brewster Kahle, co-founder of the Internet Archive, the Open Access Foundation and the Internet Memory Foundation, to talk about the open and universal access to data and knowledge, mass digitization and the Internet Archive.
This conference will be held at La Cantine, first Collaborative Network workspace (http://lacantine.org/), on Wednesday, March 16 from 7.30.
It will be followed by a discussion with the participants, moderated by Julien Masanès, director of Internet Memory Foundation.
The Internet Memory Foundation (formerly European Archive) is, like the Internet Archive, a nonprofit institution which, since 2005, actively supports the preservation of the Internet as a new media. (http://internetmemory.org)
7.00 p.m. Welcome by Internet Memory Foundation
7:30 p.m. Brewster Kahle: “Towards Universal Access to Human Knowledge”
8:15 p.m. Julien Masanès, moderator, discussions
Thank you for informing us of your participation by sending an email to event / at / internetmemory.org
Wednesday, March 16, 2011, from 7.00 pm
La Cantine, 12 Galerie Montmartre (151 rue Montmartre) - 75002 Paris