- 9am Ackerman, Hurlburt, et. al, on The Path Forward in Afghanistan/Pakistan
- 10:30am there's a star-studded panel on how to read polling data, but I'm not sure that I'm in the target audience. I'm vaguely tempted by Scaling Obama, a panel on using the Internets for participatory democracy, and perhaps something else.
- 3pm Chris Hayes and others on New Deal 2.0.
- 4:30pm Tempted by yet another Future of Journalism panel as well as Redistricting/State Legislatures.
- 8pm The Big Dog
- 9am Howard Dean holds the floor.
- 1:30pm probably local blogging, but maybe the panel on Global Poverty.
- 3pm Kleiman, Grim, and others on the future of drug policy. But -- oh no! -- it's up against the future of constitutional law.I'll probably go with the drug policy one, since it's (a) closer to a point where it affects real people, and (b) my
girlfriendfiancee follows constitutional law pretty closely, so that's more likely to be material I've already seen before.
- 4:30pm toss-up between two similar looking "how to elect candidates who don't suck". Not terribly interested, but I can't seem to find much else either.