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*[[soctech:Meeting of 2004-10-20]] (Ben, Caroline, Keunwoo)
*[[soctech:Meeting of 2004-09-22]] (Ben, Caroline, Keunwoo)
*[[soctech:Meeting of 2004-09-22]] (Ben, Caroline, Keunwoo)
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*[[soctech:Meeting of 2004-08-23]]

Revision as of 21:27, 25 February 2005

The society and technology interest group (soctech) is an informal interest group that we are starting up among UW-CSE students to promote awareness of various social computing issues, in both CSE and the UW. We plan to collaborate with other departments, with possible aims including the production of cross-departmental courses, lecture series, or white papers.

We're just getting started; we have a mailing list, soctech@cs. Here's the public list info page.

Current activities

Meeting notes

People and organizations

This is a non-exhaustive list of people and intra-UW institutions with which we're working.

Relevant courses





  • Paul Agre, prof. of information studies at UCLA
  • Lawrence Lessig, professor of law at Stanford
  • Yochai Benkler, professor of law at Yale, director of Engleberg Center for Information Law and Policy at NYU

Research centers and groups outside UW


  • State of Play: conference on online games and the law, archived by New York Law School.


Funding agencies and programs

Mailing lists