This Saturday after Converge South, the Day That is Not BlogHer

Posted on October 15, 2008
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If you are going to Greensboro this weekend for Converge South, don’t forget that we are doing a spontaneous make up day to fill in the hole left by BlogHer when they cancelled their Saturday session. Kelby Carr has organized a morning of panels and I have disorganized an afternoon of hands-on workshops. The afternoon will have two rooms running, one focused on blogging and new media and the other on audio and video. There will be presentations in the rooms, with lots of time allowed for questions and some fiddling. Some of the sessions we have set up:

This is being set up on the fly, and the exact timing will be fluid up until Saturday afternoon. We’ll be adding sessions and arranging things even during the Friday sessions, so it will be more like the PodCamp level. If you’ll be going to the Saturday session (and really, why wouldn’t you netizens?) come talk to me on Friday about your needs. At the BBQ on Friday I’ll probably still be wrangling sessions. We’re showing the new media agility and flexibility by arranging in real time, or just-in-time, or maybe not-quite-in-time. Regardless, come and take part. I guarantee you’ll get something out of it or triple your money back.

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3 Responses to “This Saturday after Converge South, the Day That is Not BlogHer”

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  1. Kelby on October 16th, 2008 7:14 am

    I love this name… the Day that is Not BlogHer! heheh… Thanks for everything you’ve done! The afternoon session sounds great.

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  3. Billy The Blogging Poet on October 16th, 2008 7:04 pm

    And if you don’t have plans for Saturday night… you’re invited.

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  5. dave on October 19th, 2008 8:20 am

    Billy, thanks for the invite. Unfortunately, I left A&T at 4:59 PM and had to drive straight to Guilford College to get my wife and then we left town from there. I’d have loved to come if I had been able to!