On Saturday night (5/15), Dawn 2010, a late-night cultural arts festival celebrating the Jewish holiday of Shavuot, will take place at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco. The event features theatrical performances, panels, music, open-space discussion forums, and other activities from 7:30pm until after midnight in the fantastic museum space. On the program are the likes of Sandra Bernhard, Gary Shiteyngart, and Jeremiah Lockwood. I'm moderating a panel called "A Conversation About the 10 Commandments of the Future" with Ken Goldberg, Adam Werbach, and Steven Raspa. Tickets are $20 and advance purchase only. If you can make it, please say hi! Dawn Festival 2010
Two days ago, the Senate voted to overrule Trump FCC Chairman Ajit Pai and restore Net Neutrality; it was an incredible victory, but unless the same motion passes in the House, it's a symbolic one.
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