OFFICIAL BLOGHER '10 LIVEBLOG: How to Build A Community Around Your Cause

Some worthwhile pointers- good reporting.more

The Failings of So-called "Family" events

Is it possible for so-called "family events" to get any worse? Probably not. But I have a few ideas about how they could be improved, and I'd love to hear yours as well: ...more

Oh my stars! Contemplating the size of the universe

In order to keep up with my son's interests, I've had to increase my understanding of the universe by several billion degrees. As I post this, I am struck by the fact that there doesn't seem to be a science topic at BlogHer. Does it just fall under technology and research? ...more

There are quite a few posts from our Research, Academia & Education Contributing Editor, Leslie ...more

Mothers and sons

Perhaps because I grew up always imagining that I'd be a mother to girls, I have extra anxieties about raising a precocious boy. One topic I want to explore on my blog as my two-year grows into boyhood is that of mothers and sons, and I would love to hear from other parents on the subject. Some of my latest thoughts on the topic are on my blog, Tiny Mantras, prompted by the recent article in Time magazine: ...more

Hi folks!

I've been a professional writer for almost 15 years and a web community creature for 10, but I didn't start blogging until my son was born in 2005. Even then, I only did it for myself, a few family members and web friends. For the past few months, I've made it a more regular part of my routine, and have just begun to discover what a robust and vibrant community of mommy (and other women) bloggers are out there. I registered here at blogher a while back, but I think reading all of the recent posts about the conference made me realize what a nexus this place is. ...more

Oh! Those are my favorite kinds of people.

I'm on my way to your blog now.