April 18, 2004
I'll try not to use the word "blog" too frequently, but we all know it's going to be every other word.
Here's the deal:
INSOMNIA + CONFERENCE = AN INDEX OF POSTS ABOUT BLOGGERCON
I went browsing for conference coverage this evening, but Technorati's Link Cosmos wasn't doing a good job collecting all of the posts because everyone is pointing to different URLs. The nifty BloggerCon Feedster link channels all posts from registered attendees, but doesn't limit itself to BloggerCon posts. What I have listed below are conference-related, categorized by author, and alphabetized by last name. There are even a couple of BC-related posts from non-attendees thrown in, just for kicks.
a) are not on this list and have coverage you would like included, or
b) are on this list and would like to be removed,
email me and I will do your bidding.
Postscript to the Librarianesque Session
New York Times Coverage of BloggerCon
Librarianesque Session Notes
Librarianesque Session Notes Are on the Way
BloggerCon Problem #1: Laptop Doesn't Have Wireless
Librarianesque Session at BloggerCon Info
BloggerCon Dinner was Great!
My Trip To BloggerCon II
BloggerCon Notes 3: Blogging in Business, David Weinberger
BloggerCon Notes 2: Visions from Users, Lisa Williams
BloggerCon Notes 1: National Anthem Session, Dave Winer
Hello from BloggerCon 2!
Opening session @ BloggerCon
Lisa Williams at her "Visions from Users" discussion at BloggerCon
Philip Greenspun @ BloggerCon
John Perry Barlow @ BloggerCon
Betsy's last BloggerCon five: Lessons of BloggerCon
Betsy's top Bloggercon ten: International
Picturing Bloggercon II
Betsy's Bloggercon top ten: Presidential bloggers
Betsy's top Bloggercon ten: Journalism
BloggerCon Goes Global
BloggerCon Final Words
My BloggerCon II blogroll
BloggerCon -- Session: "Blogging as a Business" Notes
BloggerCon -- Session: "Personal TV networks" Notes
Bloggercon -- Lunch
BloggerCon -- Session: "Infrastructure" Notes
BloggerCon -- Session: "What is Journalism" Notes
BloggerCon II Wrap Up
now i am sure that Julie Flaherty was writing about BloggerCon II from a business perspective...
a couple of the really interesting folks i met at BloggerCon II
So, a couple of the folks who have been facilitating
Along the same lines of the themes I have been developing...
After coming out of a session blogging and academia, facilitated by Michael Watkins
i am finally here at BloggerCon II in Cambridge after a day of cross-country flight...
Notes on Blogging for Dollars
Business Blogging Models
Back from BloggerCon
frank at bloggercon
hi from bloggercon
SRO with Jeff Jarvis
david weinbergers magnetic personality
my view of henry's head at bloggercon
What we've got in common
No longer disembodied
BloggerCon pictures: Sunday
Souvenirs: what I brought home from BloggerCon
My BloggerCon claim to fame
BloggerCon pictures: Saturday
"...if they said what they really felt...": John Perry Barlow
"Only... when Americans think it is important...": Blogging the World
"Human face on a very inhuman process": Presidential bloggers
"Breadcrumbs" & "babies": Visions from users
Safe, sound and sleepy
Bloggercon 2.0 - Done
Hello from Bloggercon II...
Religion Blogging Session at BloggerCon 2
Channel 9: The two Microsoft guys who came to Bloggercon
After Bloggercon, I am wondering what an Iron Blogger competition would look like.
I met the very famous video blogger Steve Garfield at a Bloggercon dinner tonight
"Hyper-Commenting" at Bloggercon
The lyrics of three candidate songs that did not open Bloggercon this morning
Channel9 gets credit at BloggerCon
Jeff Jarvis: Blogging as a Business
The Fat Man Sings
The Emotional Life of Weblogs, Part IV
The Emotional Life of Weblogs, Part III
The Emotional Life of Weblogs, Part II
BloggerCon Photos from Sooz
John Perry Barlow: "The Emotional Life of Weblogs"
Personal TV Networks, Part 2
Personal TV Networks, Part I
Presidential Bloggers, Part III
BloggerCon Posts at Feedster
More on Presidential Bloggers
Dan Gillmor: Presidential Bloggers
Presidential Bloggers Outline
Lisa Williams: Visions from Users
BloggerCon: Jim Moore
BloggerCon: Jay Rosen
BloggerCon: Frank Paynter
BloggerCon: Renee Blodgett
BloggerCon: Treo Nation
BloggerCon: Dan Gillmor
BloggerCon: Britt Blaser
BloggerCon Betsy Devine
BloggerCon: Werner Vogels
BloggerCon: Mary Hodder
BloggerCon: Jeff Jarvis
Creating a Continuing Bloggercon Community
Blogging Tip Session
Can you say what you want on your blog?
How long will it take for blogging to become common among businesses? Let's do the math.
Blogging in Business
Wired News report on BloggerCon.
I found out yesterday at John Perry Barlow's...
Thanks to all the discussion leaders at BloggerCon II. The sessions were lively, interesting, kept me...
I'm in Jay Rosen's session on What is Journalism? Rebecca is blogging the session.