Thomas Nadelhoffer has drawn my attention to an exciting event, the first On-Line Philosophy Conference.
The conference is being held in April, and the list of invited speakers is impressive. Among the prominent ethics types are John Martin Fischer, Alfred Mele, Julia Driver, Anthony Duff, Thomas Hurka, Joshua Gert, and Elizabeth Harman.  The format is intriguing: Once published on the On-Line Philosophy Blog, each paper will be followed by commentaries from other philosophers, with comments then thrown open to other philosophers and to the general public. The organizers are also seeking graduate students and junior scholars to submit papers and commentaries (deadline mid-January).  This looks like a nice addition to the intellectual landscape, and I’m sure the PEA Brains will make their presence felt in the comments section come April!