BlogHer '12 Panel Descriptions Are Up!
By Polly Pagenhart on April 17, 2012
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The fun just doesn't stop over here at BlogHer Conference Programming HQ. Today, we're excited to unveil full descriptions for the BlogHer '12 panels!
What you'll see, when you go check them out here at the BlogHer '12 Agenda page, are all the panel descriptions filled out, including all the speakers we have confirmed as of today. But you're going to want to check back regularly, because we're continuing to add speakers to panels on a rolling basis. And there's more to come!
We'll be adding Room of Your Own sessions to this general agenda schedule page soon; meanwhile, check out this post telling all about them. And a post introducing the International Activist BlogHer Scholarship recipients is here. Could there anything else in store for BlogHer '12? Why yes, we're so glad you asked!
We're still primping and preening the Geek Bar and Writing Lab offerings, our one-to-a-few, hands-on workshoppy offerings in matters techy and writerly, and we plan to be rolling those out in the coming weeks. We also have some really fun stuff in store for Birds of a Feather, BlogHer's take on affinity-group meet-ups. Can't wait to tell you about that!
Finally, submissions and votes for Voices of the Year posts are still being accepted. Find out in Shannon's VOTY post what Voices of the Year is, and how to submit and/or vote on a post that rocked your world this past year. Submissions and voting for these are ongoing through 5pm Pacific, April 30, 2012. You'll hear all about who they are a month later, at the end of May.
So much to share already, so much yet to share!
for Elisa, Jory, Lisa, and the entire Conference Programming Team
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