What I Learned at Blogher '08

I've been thinking long and hard about this Celebrity Rock Star Blogger thing. Just what constitutes "good enough" to hit the stratosphere in the Blogosphere? Why can certain bloggers post pictures of their shoes and end up with 120 comments when some bloggers pour their heart and soul into posts, and get little recognition or feedback? Most of those Rock Star Bloggers are really nice people. with just a few notable exceptions, mostly those who have bought into their own press. ...more

we're eco-friendly carpooling in a hybrid!

we're so thrilled + grateful to gm + blogher for sponsoring our carpool team with an eco-friendly 2008 hybrid malibu! a top 10 car of the year! we're "greening" blogher! team mod*mom is me kristen from mod*mom at http://modmom.blogspot.com + ana from finding bonggamom at http://bonggamom.blogspot.com + kim at tippytoes and tantrums at http://tippytoesandtantrums.typepad.com/ ...more

I can't wait to meet you and I'm so glad you'll be at the conference this year!

Blogging While Brown July 25-27, 2008 Atlanta, GA

I hadn't heard of this conference.  I won't be able to attend this year but have sent the ...more

At BlogHer 2008 conference

Hi all, its cool to be participating at BlogHer 2008 conference next month. Looking forward to a great conference!     ...more

Meet Beth Kanter and I at BlogHer and Making Media Connections

I love how blogging connects you with people who have like-minded interests all over the world, but nothing beats meeting people in person. For the past two days I've gotten to spend time at the NetSquared Conference with my Social Change, Nonprofits and NGOs Co-Editor , and fellow NetSquared blogger, Beth Kanter of Beth's Blog. Seems like there is a group of readers who read both of our BlogHer Blogs, and our personal blogs, so I thought I'd let you know when we'll be at the same place at the same time over the next couple months so we can meet you (: ...more

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BlogHer 2008: Accessibility of Westin St. Francis

For over a year now, I have been traveling and going to professional conferences as a person with a disability, a wheelchair and crutches user. Abilities and disabilities vary wildly. My own issues are most often bathrooms, distances, exhaustion, and stairs. I am less aware of issues and solutions for people with visual impairments and for the deaf or hearing impaired community; I apologize for not addressing those issues here. If you have mobility issues and wonder about the accessible geography of the conference, I have a ton of information! ...more

 I'd like to follow up with my actual experience of accessibility of the hotel.

 First ...more

BlogHer Biz Summit: Day One Wrap-Up

The screengrab team is tired, but Greg's still editing. It's been a long day full of learning, interaction, blogging, and soon-to-be drinking.   ...more

Christa Avampato's Blogging Beginnings

Screengrab meets up with Christa Avampato at the 2008 BlogHer Business Conference.   ...more

Interview with Em Hall at the 2008 BlogHer Biz Conference

Em was an incredible speaker at BlogHer Business Conference 2008. She had a fantastic idea and ...more

List of Inspiring Young People for your Conference/Event - suggestions welcome

Hi al, I'm building a list of inspiring young people (30 and under) to invite to conferences and events (as speakers, panellists, etc). This would be a good resource for anyone planning a conference of any sort that needs a youth voice or two. The list is here I would like your suggestions on other young people to add to my list. Do check out who I have up there and give me your nominations. You can nominate yourself too :) ...more

Trisha includes a link to her site in every post that she makes, and I believe the other CEs on ...more