March 25, 1996
Mario Morino, chairman of the Potomac KnowledgeWay Project,
will deliver the keynote address at infoBITS '96, the
Ballston Information Technology Showcase, sponsored by the
Arlington Information Technology Roundtable (AITR).
InfoBITS also features free workshops focusing on Internet
access options, marketing on the Internet and how to use the
Potomac KnowledgeWay. After the luncheon, the National
Science Foundation will sponsor a free Family Science Day.
Friday, April 26: Workshops: 9:00-12:00 a.m.;
Lunch: Noon - 2:00 p.m.;
Family Science Day: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Workshops: NSF Conference Rooms, 4201 Wilson Blvd.,
Lunch: Grand Ballroom, Arlington Renaissance Hotel,
NSF Family Science Day: Ballston Common Mall food court
$40 per person through April 18 ($50 per person after April 18)
$320 for a corporate table of eight people
To register, call the Ballston Partnership at (703) 528-3527
Now in its third year, infoBITS showcases the Arlington
information technology community and provides educational
opportunities for the Northern Virginia high-tech community.
Event sponsors include AITR, the Ballston Partnership, the
Potomac KnowledgeWay Project, the Arlington County Chamber
of Commerce and Arlington County.
Preceding Morino's keynote, Yong Kim, president of the User
Technology Association, will give a short introduction.
James Hunter, Chairman of the Arlington County Board;
Congressman James P. Moran (D-8th District); and Dr. Neal
Lane, Director of the National Science Foundation, will also
make comments. The Potomac KnowledgeWay Project is committed
to establishing the Potomac region as one that has embraced
the communications revolution and prospered from it by
educating the community and workforce about the enormous
opportunities the communications revolution represents. More
information is available on the infoBITS home page at
www.haleybp.com/infobits.html or on the KnowledgeWay web
site at www.knowledgeway.org.