REGISTRATION for FutureWeb, a COLLOCATED conference with WWW2010, is hosted on the primary WWW2010 site

Registration costs for FutureWeb are $225 for a Regular Pass (corporate), $125 for a Regular Pass (academic/government professional), $75 for a Student Pass.

People who are registered for the global WWW2010 conference are invited to attend FutureWeb free.

FutureWeb attendees DO NOT have to register for the WWW2010 conference to attend FutureWeb. Please scroll through the information on WWW2010 and the other collocated conferences to find the registration details to find the FutureWeb form – it takes a little hunting, but it will be worth it!

All passes include two coffee breaks per day; they do not include lunch. The Regular passes include the WWW2010 welcome reception on April 28. Those who register as a student, academic or government professional will be asked to show proof with official ID at registration.

FutureWeb is a limited-availability conference – with just 500 seats available – so register today at

When you view the registration page, the write-up on FutureWeb is located near the bottom, near the “Begin Online Registration” link.

Scheduled FutureWeb speakers and panelists do NOT have to pre-register; your badging and check-in will be set up at a separate table.

TO FIND DETAILS ABOUT HOTELS located adjacent to or near the Convention Center, see The conference venue is within a few blocks of all major downtown RALEIGH attractions, including the IMAX theater, children’s museum, state legislative chamber and offices, supreme court, the museums of history and natural sciences and many fine restaurants.

For details about sponsorships or exhibition space for FutureWeb, WWW2010 or any of the other co-located conferences, please contact Kathy Green, (919) 513-3940.

Follow FutureWeb on Twitter!

Look to WordPress for FutureWeb updates!

Become a FutureWeb fan on Facebook!

For more information about Elon University’s IMAGINING THE INTERNET CENTER, please visit


2 responses

24 04 2010
Shige Kaneko

Will any way be provided for those who do not regidster like me to learn what will have been discussed and concluded at the conference, ?

24 04 2010

The FutureWeb blog – – will carry details of every session. We expect to include some video clips and still photos along with a written account within a few hours of each session if not immediately afterward – this will depend upon the convention center’s wireless Internet and the ability for our reporters to be able to charge their gear between sessions during the day.

In addition, there will be full written and video coverage on the Imagining the Internet site –

The FutureWeb Twitter site will have real-time coverage – @futureweb2010 – and people at the event will be encouraged to tweet with the hashtag #fw2010.

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