Reminder: CNET hosting WikiLeaks panel tonight

If you're in the San Francisco area tonight, feel free to stop by a WikiLeaks discussion we're hosting at CNET HQ.

We've mentioned this before, but a reminder can't hurt: If you're in the San Francisco area, feel free to stop by a WikiLeaks discussion we're hosting at CNET headquarters this evening.

It's organized by the Society of Professional Journalists-Northern California and on the first floor of our building at 235 Second Street (between Howard and Folsom Streets). That's about two blocks from BART and about a 15 minute walk from Caltrain.

Here are the panelists, including yours truly:

* Declan McCullagh, chief political correspondent, CNET
* Caille Millner, San Francisco Chronicle
* Evan Hansen, editor-in-chief, Wired.com
* Burt Herman, Hacks & Hackers
* Jalal Ghazi, New America Media
* E.B. Boyd, FastCompany.com and board member, SPJ-NorCal

And here's a link with more information.

If you can't make it, no worries. CNET TV is planning to record the event and post the video.

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