November 1st, 2013
Come Join Us - Free Lunch Included! See Details Below.

The Festival is a unique event exploring some of the most innovative work happening in digital media today, with speakers and participants from across the country.

The picturesque town of Woodstock, Vermont is the backdrop to the day's events, which feature presentations, discussions, and hands-on explorations of Digital Media in the Public interest.

The Woodstock Digital Media Festival is free to attend and open to the public. Register now and see you in Woodstock on November 1st!

Free Lunch? It’s True!

Register before the Days clock above gets to 4 (October 28th) and sign-in at the Festival’s opening session (9:00 am – 10:00 am), and we’ll provide you with a free box lunch prepared by the Woodstock Farmers’ Market.

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Yasser Ansari
Yasser Ansari is the co-founder and chief leaf of Project Noah, a National Geographic-backed technology company focused on connecting people to the natural world. He studied molecular biology and bioinformatics at U.C. San Diego and earned his Master’s degree from NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program ...
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Lorie Loeb
Lorie Loeb   Lorie is a Research Professor in the computer science department at Dartmouth College, Director of the Digital Arts Program, and the Director of the Digital Arts Leadership and Innovation (DALI) Lab. Before she came to Dartmouth, Lorie was Senior Research Scientist in the Computer ...
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David Tyler
David has over a decade of experience in the consumer electronics and informations technologies industry.  Before joining Green Mountain Digital, David spent eight years with Apple Inc. in Southern California in a variety of roles, including establishing and deploying an enterprise sales force in Apple retail ...
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Jon Voss
Jon is the Historypin Strategic Partnerships Director at We Are What We Do, a global not-for-profit behavior change agency. He’s helping to build an open ecosystem of historical data across libraries, archives, and museums worldwide through his work with Historypin and as the co-founder of the ...
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Wesley Lindamood
Wesley Lindamood is a senior interaction designer at NPR, and a documentary film and music obsessed dad at home. Drawing upon his background in visual design, journalism and front-end development, he helps build editorially-focused interactives and product-focused experiences for NPR.org [3]. Prior to joining ...
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Eddie Tejeda
Eddie Tejeda is co-founder of Civic Insight, where he applies his experience bringing modern technologies and practices to civic institutions. Previously, Eddie was a 2012 Code for America fellow and was one of the creators of BlightStatus for the City of New Orleans. Eddie also founded Digress.it, a ...
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Stuart Lynn
Stuart began his educational pursuit studying mathematical physics at Edinburgh University. He later decided to change to astronomy finding it “prettier and easier to explain in bars.” Stuart obtained a Ph.D. in astrophysics, and he currently works at the Adler Planetarium as a developer and researcher for ...
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Ben Vershbow
Ben Vershbow is the founder and manager of NYPL Labs, a digital innovation unit at the New York Public Library that has been widely heralded for its inventive approach to opening up historical and archival materials online. Based at NYPL’s landmark 42nd Street branch, Labs operates as an in-house tech ...
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