Suggest sessions for ScienceOnline2011

We'll probably set up the new website and organizing wiki for ScienceOnline2011 at some point over the next couple of weeks. But in the meantime, I am having trouble keeping up with all the ideas people are sending me by e-mail or via Twitter. So I have started a new page on the last year's wiki (thus old login will work for people who registered to edit the wiki over the past couple of years). Please log in and edit the page to add your ideas - sessions you'd volunteer to moderate: ScienceOnline2011 Program Suggestions.

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@John Hawks: John, would you have any interest in discussing a science + art session? Please email me if so. theflyingtrilobite at gmail dot com.

It won't let me register either, Bora!

I want to add this to the suggestions:

"On the history theme, I think it would be interesting to talk about how online tools have allowed the task of combating the quote-mining of scientists (largely Darwin) simpler."