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 Blogging events2003-01-03 04:16
by Flemming Funch

I haven't yet succeeded in making it to one of the blog meetup events in L.A., but hopefully next time. And here's another upcoming blogger event I'm planning to attend, from Reverse CowGirl:
"right now, i'm thinking a lot about blogs. blogs, blogs, blogs. blogs all the time around here. currently, i'm co-producing, with technophile Beverly Tang, a panel on blogging that will take place on February 1st at Miltos Manetas' Electronic Orphanage under the Rhizome banner. cyberfille Xeni Jardin will be moderating. the current line-up thus far features the likes of Mark Frauenfelder, Doc Searls, and myself. two other panelists are still being virtually hunted down like e-dogs in the cyberstreet at this time.

i would like to find someone who is alternoblogging. vlogging. audioblogging. moblogging. blogging-as-art. photoblogging with no words whatsoever ever. blogging in a newish way that pushes at the boundaries of the medium. and, they have to be in LA on 2/1. do you know of anyone? it was nice to hear from Jeff Jarvis, Howard Rheingold, and Joi Ito. but, i would like to hear about an alternoblogger too."
Well, I wish I were an alternoblogger, broadcasting my experiences in 3D feel-o-rama wireless reality, at least some of the time.

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3 Jan 2003 @ 05:51 by istvan : my 2cents wrth
I think in all this, the keyword is "Creating Working Communities".  

6 Jan 2003 @ 11:17 by strydg : ?
are we not blog?  

6 Jan 2003 @ 11:34 by ming : Blogs
The newslog program here is an example of a weblog, aka blog program. But some people experiment with alternative formats in other places, where they post video or audio messages. Moblogging is when people post photos from their mobile phones while around town.  

19 Dec 2014 @ 15:19 by Meryem @ : oGotoDtKPRZvfJTHqJwW
he was as critical of coearmn as he was of brown. there was no repeat of the bungle last time round with confused messages over whether PR was a red-line in any coalition and Ming has made it unambiguous that the Lid Dems are forging a radical maifesto that has social justice and fairness at its core. I still don't feel there was enough of a theme at conference. most voters will remmeber only a handful of LD policies so they need to be sold bigger picture ideas as well as striking policy initiatives. I thought breaking the cosy consensus' is a great theme and i only wish that it had been repeated endlessly thorughout the past four days at conference. still, all in all ming answered his detractors and i'd be surprised we didn't see a lot of the angry ming' coverage in toimorrow's broadsheets. good stuff.  

21 Apr 2016 @ 11:53 by Anisha @ : USCsMcILSjgd
It's impetarive that more people make this exact point.  

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