How to Share Your BlogHer 10 Photos and Videos

Add Your Photos to BlogHer 10 Slideshows You might have seen some of our slideshows from BlogHer Conferences past and we have plans to create a whole bunch of slideshows for BlogHer 10. We'll have one big slideshow, a slideshow of party attendees, sessions, speakers, expo hall exhibits and more. Here's how you can add your photos to the BlogHer 10 Slideshows: ...more

The point on licensing is very important. If you don't change your license, we can't add it. So ...more

Friday's Autism Panel: Shattering Myths, Opening Eyes, and Finding Your Tribe

Why should you come to the autism panel? Because the women who are speaking about autism represent a range of autism experiences and perspectives. They are articulate, experienced, compassionate advocates. Because you'll learn so much, that you will have an epiphany about what autism means whether you want to or not. (I'm a bit gobsmacked, as my friend and 2008 panel moderator Susan would say -- and I'm one of the speakers.) Trust me, you'll be disappointed if you miss this panel, especially if autism touches your life in any way. See you Friday. ...more

*SOB* But we will find a way to MAKE this happen for next year! Sometime during then next ...more

Making Stuff Up

Last week I went to one of those work training sessions that, like most work training sessions, started off with an ice breaker game. ...more

Screw Work Life Balance: We Need Work Life Policy! Here's All You Need to Know to Join the Movement at BlogHer

For over two years, The Four Hour Work Week has been a national bestseller. Why? Because most of us resent feeling tethered to our jobs and we know we could still do great work even if we had the ability to control our schedules and factor family needs into our day.  We are grown ups: why don’t employers get it? ...more
I was just about to add a link to Riane Eisler's Caring Economy Campaign address for free ...more

10 Things You Can Do or Bring to Make Your BlogHer '10 Greener

If you’re nothing like me, you’re already packing for BlogHer10, or at least making a list of things to remember to bring. (I always toss everything into my suitcase the night before and pray.) I’m here to remind you to bring a few items that can make your trip a little greener. Yes, it’s true that BlogHer has done a lot of work to ensure the conference is as eco-friendly as possible. (Read all about BlogHer10′s Green Initiatives.) But providing for the needs of 2,000 attendees is a monumental task, and the organizers can’t do it all. That’s where personal responsibility comes in. ...more

I did not attend the conference but still found your post very helpful....I can certainly use ...more

The only perspective that matters: Avitable's BlogHer 2010 guide

Plenty of bloggers have been writing handy little guides to BlogHer. But none of those bloggers are me. None of them have my perspective. Nor my back hair. ...more

Well played, uh-vit-uh-ble! See you at BlogHer!

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Socially Awkward Like Me: The Quirky Parents of Children With Autism

I'm grateful for all the things my son Leo has taught me about myself. He has autism, and as a result I've spent years researching and learning about the traits that add up to his diagnosis. Along the way, I have come to realize that many of my own, quirkier behaviors are not in fact the result of moral failure or insufficient character, as I was socially conditioned into assuming. No, I'm just wired differently....more
I'm so very happy that your son has a caring mom who is self-aware.  :)  I work with kids with ...more

The BlogHer Voices of the Year Gala and Art Auction Curated By Kirtsy: Sneak Peek

Here’s the thing. You may not have a full picture or comprehensive understanding of the awesomeness, because nothing like this has ever happened before. There’s no frame of reference. It’s like trying to explain Jello, or sushi, or six-story Master Blaster uphill waterslides to someone for the first time. You just don’t get it until you experience it. You know? ...more

I have loved watching a woman in our office with a gorgeous eye working on her piece. What an ...more

Something to help you plan for your NYC trip

Found this post: Five Manhattan cafes with free wifiCeleste Lindellaveragejane.blogs.com...more