I'm going to be in Hungary at the end of the month, giving a talk on the end of cyberspace at the "Towards a Philosophy of Telecommunications Convergence" conference. From the looks of the program, it's going to be a pretty incredible event, despite my being one of the speakers.
And it'll be interesting to talk about the end of cyberspace to a more philosophical audience. I come from an intellectual tradition (or depending on how you view the Ph.D., a vocational training) that was almost violently anti-philosophical, so this isn't my usual audience; on the other hand, mobile telephony isn't the usual subject for philosophical reflection. So perhaps all will be well.