BlogHer

Post-conference networking hacks

Good stuff at Beth’s Blog on what to do with all those business cards, but moreso with the people who handed those cards to you. I got partway through making del.icio.us links with cards from BlogHer. But there are more to do. Beth cites lots of helpful advice and links. Here’s a quote by Chris […]

two post-BlogHer pictures

two post-BlogHer pictures

The great laptop BlogHer day after the day after in the kitchen of Liz Henry, aka badgermama, aka badgerbag. That was a pleasant time. I’ve got to edit this. At first, I composed this post to test picture uploads onto the new server. So my brain wasn’t fully engaged. I hafta say that hanging out […]

Inspired by Elizabeth Perry at BlogHer’

In the Blog: Gallery or Canvas? session, Elizabeth Perry, who makes a sketch daily and then blogs it, quipped a quote about dailyness. So I made a one-page poster of it to plunk on my wall. Here’s what it looks like. Be inspired.

Disaster Preparation.. a blogger field day?

A blogging-during-a-disaster field day: A day (or weekend) to practice communicating when a disaster has just struck, and conditions are bad. What would a blogger field day look like? This post is a hodge-podge of thoughts. Background: At the Community Assistance session at BlogHer [I liveblogged it, as did Christine and Britt Bravo], a brilliant […]

Slidell Hurricane Damage Blog is back up

Within the last day or so, it came to my attention that the Slidell Hurricane Damage Blog had gone down. Now I read at Doc’s that it’s back up: Slidell Hurricane Damage Blog — The Future of the Slidell Blog. Excellent. The Community Assistance session at BlogHer was very inspiring. Gotta add to my list […]

On BlogHer: multiple impressions, part deux

Commercialism Well, okay. We are a commercial force, we women bloggers. CarTalk I found the Saturn/GM car folks nice. Note to self. I thought Saturn ≠ GM. (no. did not drive. Got the nice bag with their lotion-ey swag, tho). Low key, good. Hallmark (we’ve been doing cards and expression forever. eCards: a long time. […]

On BlogHer: multiple impressions

This is the obligatory post-BlogHer “I’ve had a coupla full nights of sleep now, I have driven back to SoCal (and er, have a digital image of red and blue flashing California Highway Patrol lights in my rear view mirror to prove that I didn’t go under the speed limit the whole time, damn!), and […]

Unintended Comedy

Unintended Comedy Originally uploaded by freshelectrons. This is an editorial comment I made while the room grew restless at the schtick performed by a couple of “fembots” (as called by Frank Paynter) I scribbled my thoughts on the nice little notebook that came in the schwag bag, held it up for a friend across the […]

WoolfCamp Blog: The written word, around a kitchen table

I wrote a post at the Woolfcamp blog: WoolfCamp Blog: The written word, around a kitchen table An excerpt: I wrote on the topic of where do you want to go? What do you want to do. I won’t write all of it here, but I will write the conclusion: I want to be more […]

woolgathering’s sketch of the red caterpillar

I met (and interviewed) Elizabeth Perry at one of my beginning podcaster sessions. She blogs at Woolgathering and creates (and then blogs) a sketch a day. Here’s her post on the red caterpillar that dropped from the ceiling and inched across the table where the panel speakers were. The whole session (Blogs: Gallery or Canvas– […]