Scott Bennett, Yale University
Aubrey Bush, National Science Foundation
Dan Duncan, Information Industry Association
Julie Fenster, Time Inc.
Anne Griffith, Software Publishers Association
Carol Henderson, American Library Association
Tom Kalil, The White House, National Economic Council
Deanna Marcum, Council on Library and Information Resources
Steve Metalitz, International Intellectual Property Alliance
Tony Miles, National Science Foundation
Patricia Schroeder, Association of American Publishers
Jim Snyder, AT&T Research
Tony Stonefield, Global Music Outlet
Jim Taylor, Microsoft
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