The Wall Street Journal's D: All Things Digital conference begins today, with tech-industry icons appearing on stage.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs, Microsoft's chief technologist Bill Gates and AOL Time-Warner chairman Steve Case are all speaking at the show. The event also features a series of unscripted, unrestricted live interviews live with the "leaders of the technical revolution".
Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, Recording Industry Association of America Hilary Rosen, Real networks CEO Rob Glaser and Time magazine editor-in-chief Norm Pearlstine will also appear at the show. A full list of speakers is now available.
The event, which is already sold out, begins at 2pm (10pm UK time) in San Diego. The event Web site promises that: "Arrangements are being made to make the event available on a delayed webcast." No schedule for this has been announced.