BlogHer Conference Update -- April 8, 2010
By Lori Luna on April 08, 2011
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This has been a busy week for BlogHer Conferences, with lots of announcements -- so let's dive in!
If you weren't able to see all the sessions, or if you did not attend the first annual BlogHer|bet conference, we have the solution -- BlogHer|bet On Demand! In addition to On Demand, we have all of our sessions available to read via liveblog.
On to announcements:
Announcing the Community Party plan! Once again, we will have a wide range of community parties to choose from Thursday night through Saturday night, but there is one change this year: NO RSVP's -- just wear your badge and voila! You are in. Remember, only officially sanctioned parties are held at the San Diego Convention Center or Marriott and are open to everyone.
Announcing the BlogHer '11 International Activists Blogger Scholarship -- for the third year running, we are proud to announce we are bringing back the International Scholarship. Elisa says it best:
If you or someone you know is a woman blogger, outside the United States, blogging to raise awareness, consciousness or funding to change their community, region, country or the world, then please nominate yourself or such a blogger to win one of these four scholarships. Yes, as with any of our programs: We encourage women to nominate themselves. To stand up and ask for the attention they deserve.
And now on to some reminders:
We have fewer than 35 tickets left to BlogHer Food '11 -- grab that ticket now and join us in Atlanta!
If you have not registered for BlogHer '11, we will sell out, secure your ticket today and join the fun, learning and friendship in fabulous San Diego!
We still have spots available for onsite childcare at BlogHer '11 in San Diego -- read more here and reserve a spot for your little one.
I think that is it for today, friends. We'll catch up next week!
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