(PHOTOS) The Ballerina Project: Find Beauty on the Streets of New York

My daughter, the tiny ballerina, has a poster of a dancer on her closet door. I never get tired of looking at the energy jumping out of this woman's fingers and toes; she is grace. ...more

Wow! I've never heard of the Ballerina Project before. Thank you so much for bringing it to my ...more

Mom vs Machine: The BlogHer-Parenting Magazine Research Study

When it comes to online behaviors and technology use, what are Moms doing online? And what do they really think about what their kids are doing? Do they embrace or fear technology?  Are there generational gaps?  How do moms use their own tech knowledge and social media savvy to monitor their children’s behavior online?  The news is chock full of stories about cyber-bullying among young people, but is it really an everyday occurrence or still mercifully rare? ...more
Hello, Thanks for putting this together!  Fascinating research.  I am particularly interested in ...more

BlogHer '10 Speaker Guidelines: The Philosophy Behind BlogHer Sessions

When planning the first BlogHer conference back in mid-2005, we knew we wanted our session format to be a bit different than the conference norms at the time. Interactive. Engaging. Participatory. Practical. And no shilling (aka commercials or stump speeches masquerading as usable content and actionable information).We enlisted the help of a volunteer to draft our initial Speaker Guidelines and then worked with a volunteer committee to fine tune them. ...more

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BlogHer '10 Speaker Spotlight, July 27, 2010: Creating (or Massively Altering) a WordPress theme

Many bloggers choose WordPress when creating a new blog: the interface is simple enough for even the most novice blogger, and themes are fairly easy to change. More savvy bloggers customize their sites, which requires knowledge of HTML, and CSS, and PHP. If you're looking for your next Geeky challenge, we've got just the session for you! We're calling it:  "Creating (or Massively Altering) a WordPress Theme." The workshop is intended for Intermediate to Advanced levels. ...more

I would love to take this seminar!! I play with my blog all the time and wish I knew more about ...more

Try the Season’s Freshest Foods at NYC’s Greenmarkets

New York City’s greenmarket network is one of the largest city-based series of farmers’ markets. When the women (and men) of BlogHer 2010 descend on NYC, East Coast farmers will be harvesting peak summer produce. Tomatoes, cucumbers, summer squash, peppers -- these are just a few of the vegetables to taste and enjoy from the markets while visiting the Big Apple. ...more

I love the concept, Earth to Kitchen! Thanks for telling us about it -- it sounds like a ...more

BlogHer Conferences in Pictures: 2005

We're putting up your 2005 conference photos as fast as we can. Here is what we have so far. ...more

Wish I had been there at the conference. Photos are the next best thing!

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Party/Expo 2010 Pass for Sale, CHEAP!

I'm selling my Party/Expo pass for BlogHer 2010 for less than what I paid for it.  It was orig. 102.50 and I'm trying to off-load it for $70.  I'm hoping this pricing will make it move.TheAmberShow at gmail dot com if you are interested.TheAmberShow.net...more

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Can blogher really have a positive affect on society?

Unfortunately, I will not be able to attend this years Blogher Conference. I really wanted to be ...more

How do I list myself as an attendee?

Because I can't even figure that out.  I can, surprisingly, tie my own shoes. thanks,K A B L O O E Y...more

BlogHer Conference in Pictures: 2007

Updated with new photos! We're putting up your 2007 conference photos as fast as we can. Here is what we have so far. ...more

I did not attend in 2007 either. But I had a real excuse. I was on level 3 bed rest by that ...more