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Blatant Plug for BloggerCon

Bloggercon is shaping up to be something good. You’ll be sorry if you miss it.

Will it be the most extensively blogged conference in history? Anyone want to give me odds?

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8 Responses to “Blatant Plug for BloggerCon”

  1. If it’s so hot, why do you have to flog it?

    How could anything that wants you to pay $500 (and your own expenses) to bring other (richer) bloggers in for free be anything but lame and exploitative?

  2. Well, I’m not about to give you odds on a future event which can be changed by your actions (heh) but it would be hard to beat last month’s MERLOT conference, which drew a bevy of bloggers and resulted in this blog aggregation via RSS.

  3. Although you have raised the ire of most other bloggers with your prices and panelists, I am more interest in what is the program for the meeting, how are we going to extract content out of that, people attending and whether we all manage to build a much more solid concept of what is a blog.

  4. Yes, I agree, it’s time for a schedule to be posted.

  5. Most blogged event so far, maybe. But in history? We’ll have 10 million bloggers by 2005 so I’m betting on a better attended event than bloggercon. Perhaps a JavaOne? The 2004 Democratic convention? An AOL user conference? Even a big MIT lecture hall packed with 500 students might outblog this con.

  6. Great comments guys. Peter FDA

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  8. Although you have raised the ire of most other bloggers with your prices and panelists, I am more interest in what is the program for the meeting, how are we going to extract content out of that, people attending and whether we all manage to build a much more solid concept of what is a blog.


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