UNTANGLING THE WEB
Over the next week three of the more influential people in the world of the Internet, including two men regarded as the "fathers of the Internet" will speak in Princeton.
On Thursday, March 6, at 11:30 a.m., Princeton professor Ed Felten will speak on digital currency at the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce's luncheon at the Princeton Marriott.
Then on Wednesday, March 12, at 4:30 p.m. at the Friend Center at Princeton University, Vinton Cerf and Bob Kahn, the inventors of TCP/IP protocol, will speak.
WHAT'S HAPPENING IN
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: American Repertory Ballet premieres a new version of "Firebird" on Wednesday, March 12, at McCarter Theater, in a program that also includes "Rite of Spring" and "Afternoon of a Faun." Alexander Dutko, pictured, plays the title role in "Firebird."
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Mercer County requests that residents who were affected by Superstorm Sandy take a health and well-being assessment survey at www.mercercounty.org. The anonymous survey will focus on major issues that residents dealt with during and after the storm including medical and mental health issues, preparedness activities, and gaps in recovery services. The data will be compiled by the Mercer County Division of Public Health and used to improve ongoing and future storm recovery efforts. Responses are requested by Friday, March 21.
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