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    ICANN Meetings Your ICANN $s at Work
    posted by michael on Friday October 26 2001, @06:07PM

    ICANN has issued the following press release. If you are an "Invited and pre-registered reporters" then you too can learn "how the Internet really works" and even have a "one-on-one interview (on the record)" with Stuart Lynn on Nov. 11, "the day before ICANN's November meetings begin (13th - 15th.)"

    Special note to reporters: Whatever you do, don't ask what happens Nov. 12. [serious typo corrected- mf] That day - devoted to the constituencies and to a public forum, the only remaining parts of the agenda ICANN hasn't managed to totally control (other than one hour of open mike on the final day)- apparently doesn't exist.

    Text of ICANN Press Release

    WHAT: ICANN's Open House for Reporters

    WHERE: ICANN's Office -- 4676 Admiralty Way, Suite 330, Marina del Rey, CA 90292

    WHEN: November 11th (Sunday) 9:30am to 6pm

    WHO: Invited and pre-registered reporters only

    HOW to Register: Contact Mary Hewitt (hewitt@icann.org) to RSVP and to (optionally) schedule an interview with Stuart Lynn. (Mary's direct line: 310/301-5801)

    DETAILS: The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is having an open house for California technology reporters at ICANN's offices on Sunday, November 11. (That's the day before ICANN's November meetings begin (13th - 15th.) We're inviting reporters to visit us here in our "domain." You'll be able to check out our "headquarters" and meet informally (on background) with ICANN's staff and management. There will also be an (optional) session with some of our technical experts where you can get answers to your questions about how the Internet really works. Also, you can set an appointment for one-on-one interview (on the record) with ICANN's President & CEO M. Stuart Lynn.

    We'll be open all day, from 9:30 am to 6 pm. If you're around at lunchtime, you can grab a bite with the staff and Stuart. The special technical session on Internet names and numbers will be held after lunch, from 1 pm to 2 pm.

    We hope to see you here. Please give me a call or an email to let me know if you plan to attend. (Also, please be sure you've pre-registered for the ICANN Meetings...for security reasons we're requiring all attendees, including members of the press, to register in advance.)

    Thank you for your attention. Hope to see you on the 11th. Don't hesitate to call if you have any questions.

    CONTACT: ICANN Mary Hewitt, 310/301-5801 hewitt

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    Re: Your ICANN $s at Work
    by fnord (groy2kNO@SPAMyahoo.com) on Saturday October 27 2001, @06:15PM (#3200)
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    michael writes:
    Whatever you do, don't ask what happens Sept. 12
    I think that should read November 12, and the agenda has been flushed out somewhat. -g
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