A Decade of Women of Color in Blogging: Who was the First WOC Online?

I hate labeling boxes when I organize my house or move. I hate filing. I hate the term "women of color blogs." The latter makes me uncomfortable because it creates a sea of women so vast it sends my writing mind into a seizure. What does that mean, "women of color bloggers"? ...more

What a great article. Very thorough. I'm honored to have even been mentioned. ... more

Networking for bloggers - The secrets you need to know to continue to build your business, your brand and/or blog OFFLINE

Track:  job-lab Networking for bloggers - The secrets you need to know to continue to build your business, your brand and/or your blog OFFLINE.  Regardless of what industry you are in, whether you are in a business or building a blog to support a hobby and even affiliate sales, or even if you are blogging while job hunting, networking offline is crucial! This is going to be one session you can't afford to miss! ...more

Sounds like great information! Would love to attend.


Cross Cultural Encounters of the Virtual Kind: Achieving Understanding, Tolerance and Maybe Even World Peace Through Blogging

Track:  personal-identity This panel will focus on how in addition to multiculturalism, the blogging community also creates and sustains "cross culturalism" through blogging. Furthermore, the term "culture" does not necessarily apply to ethnicity or nationalities.  It may apply to sexuality, regionality, religion or race.Possible topics of discussion include but are not limited to:- Who Cares? Blogging About Distinct Identities and Why it Matters- Distinguising betweem cross cultural and multicultural and deciding where you fit in the distinction...more

I'm excited to be collaborating with Faiqa on this session. I'd definitely attend this...and ... more

(Introduce Yourself!) Kudos to the working Mommies!

Hello everyone! My name is Kat, and I blog over at The Atomic Mom. I'm pretty new to the working mama circle, and just wanted to stop in to say hello, and introduce myself. I just started working full time last week, when I realized that I could no longer be a SAHM due to our budget. You cen read about that on my blog, but I won't get into it here.