The first, "E-Revolucion: Camino a Una Nueva Era," was sponsored by the Cuban-American young professionals group Roots of Hope (Raices de Esperanza) and took place at Cornell Univeristy.
The other, "The Conference on Cyber Dissidents: Global Successes and Challenges," took place in Dallas at the George W. Bush Institute.
Hernandez Busto has some interesting reflections on the Internet and socio-political change, "Cyber-dissidence in Cuba: At a Crossroads" (in English), up on his blog today. He also is putting up his reflections on his attendance at the Dallas conference (see below and more forthcoming).
Sobre el encuentro de ciberdisidentes en Dallas: una crónica en primera persona (1 de 3) (more to come...)
Los limites de la ciberdisidencia: Una polemica (Las nuevas tecnologias en las sociedades autoritarias: un dossier necesario)
And for a completely different take on these same issues, see the work of Nelson P. Valdes, host of Cuba-L Direct list:
Cyber Cuba: The Internet, Broadband, and Foreign Policy (2009)
Cuba, Hurricanes, and the Internet (2009)
Cuba and Information Technology (Part I, Part II, Part III, & Final) (2001)
The Political Economy of the Internet in Cuba (1998)
Cuba, The Internet, and US Policy (1997)