I don’t normally mention my public speaking engagements, but tomorrow I’ve got one that’s free, open to the public, and liable to be of general interest. Tomorrow is the Democratic Party of Virginia’s Jefferson Jackson Dinner, the party’s big annual event. As a part of the day’s activities, I’m speaking on a panel with former (as of two days ago) U.S. CTO Aneesh Chopra, Peter Levin, and Macon Phillips. The topic is open technological innovation and its effects on politics and policy, which is my favorite topic to talk about. It’s at 1:30 PM at the Richmond Marriott.
(Incidentally, I think the women’s caucus should have their own event, focusing on reproductive rights, and call it the “VA JJ Dinner.” Hilarity ensues.)