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O'Reilly P2P Conference Photos - Friday

Updated 12:05 PM Pacific Time, 02/16/2001

More photos of the goings-on at O'Reilly's P2P Conference.

All photos by Derrick Story, the O'Reilly Network. Press may use photos on this page as long as credit is attributed to Derrick Story/O'Reilly Network.

The keynote panel discussion after Lawrence Lessig's talk.
The keynote panel discussion after Lawrence Lessig's talk, "Free Code, Freeing Culture."
Lawrence Lessig.
Lawrence Lessig during the keynote panel discussion.
Tim O'Reilly and Lawrence Lessig.
Tim O'Reilly and Lawrence Lessig
Lawrence Lessig answering questions.
Lawrence Lessig answering questions after the keynote.
After the keynote.
After the keynote.
Tim O'Reilly.
Tim O'Reilly during the keynote panel discussion.
Ian Clarke (Freenet) and Shawn Fanning (Napster) run into each other in the hallway
Ian Clarke (Freenet) and Shawn Fanning (Napster) run into each other in the hallway

Kelly Truelove and Clay Shirky talking about P2P
Gene Kan visiting after his talk, "How Gnutella Happened&qout;
Gene Kan visiting after his talk, "How Gnutella Happened"
The Entropia booth where they talk about their ambitious distributed computing grid
The Entropia booth where they talk about their ambitious distributed computing grid

Wes Felter talking about the P2P infrastructure
Zeros and ones
Zeros and ones

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