Aaron has spoken at numerous conferences, including Comdex, Emerging Technologies, the O'Reilly Open Source Convention, and WWW2002. He has taught a class at MIT and spoken at a number of exclusive meetings, including the Banff Forum, FOO Camp, and other industry events.

A selection of talks:

November 11, 2011. "We're all counting on you...", DC Week. Washington, DC.

November 2011. "The Politics of Internet Freedom" (panel). Silicon Valley Human Rights Conference. San Francisco, CA.

in 2010. Led discussion. Internet at Liberty 2010. CEU. Budapest, Hungary.

in 2009. “Machines with eyes and texting spies.” Panel. MIT Museum. Cambridge, MA. May 6.

in 2009. “Transparency is Bunk.” Open Society Institute. New York, NY. April 21.

in 2009. “Progressive Change Campaign Committee.” Progressive Democrats of America. Daytona Beach, FL (via videoconference). April 1.

in 2009. “Building the Open Library.” Yale. New Haven, CT. March 25.

"Technology and Politics in the Age of Obama," Generation O, Founders Roundtable, Manhattan, NY, 26 January 2009

"The Future of News," Generation Techs, TTI/Vanguard, Rome, Italy, 10-11 July 2008

"Building the Open Library," code4lib, Portland, OR, 27 February 2008

"Building the Open Library," School of Information and Library Science, Pratt, New York, NY, 13 February 2008

"Wikipedia and the Future of Libraries", O'Reilly Tools of Change, New York, NY, 12 February 2008

"theinfo.org," Freebase Users Group, Metaweb, San Francisco, CA, 6 February 2008

"Inside Infogami," Metaweb tech talk, San Francisco, CA, 17 January 2008

"How To Pick Winners," American Library Association (midwinter 2008), Philadelphia, PA, 12 January 2008

"Open Library: What it is, where it is", Stanford Open Source Lab, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 29 November 2007

"Building the Open Library", Berkman Center Luncheon Lectures, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 23 October 2007

"Open Library", Open Content Alliance, San Francisco, CA, 17 October 2007

"Mass Collaboration and the Internet", Banff Forum, Banff, AB, 4-6 October 2007

"How To Get a Job Like Mine", Tathva Techno-Management Festival, Calicut (via videoconference), 29 September 2007

"eDemocracy: The Role of Blogs and Online Activitists in 2004", Bay Area Law and Technology Conference, Stanford, CA, 9 April 2005

"RSS and CMS", OSCOM, Cambridge, MA, 27-29 May 2003

in 2003. “Creative Commons.” Panel. SXSW Interactive. Austin, TX. March.

Creative Commons Launch, San Francisco, 15-19 December 2002

"Great Debate: The Future of Technology", Comdex, Las Vegas, 18 November 2002

"Creative Commons Metadata system", O'Reilly Open Source Convention, San Diego, California, 22-26 July 2002

"Creative Commons", O'Reilly Emerging Technologies Conference, San Jose, California, 13-16 May 2002

"The Plesh", WWW2002, Honolulu, Hawaii, 7-11 May 2002

"REST and the Semantic Web", lecture to MIT Class 6.171: Software Engineering for Internet Applications, Cambridge, MA, 23 April 2002


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