Saturday afternoon panel on Using Blogs & Technology to Market Your Writing. Should  be fun. More info

LOCATION: Grand Hyatt Hotel - 42nd and Grand Central Station 

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Saturday afternoon panel on Using Blogs & Technology to Market Your Writing. Should  be fun. More info

LOCATION: Grand Hyatt Hotel - 42nd and Grand Central Station 

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Private one-hour Webinar for MACPA, a client. We'll cover basic Web 2.0 tools including blogs, rss, wikis, podcasting and tagging. We'll also talk about Second Life. MACPA has a neat space in 2L - SLURL to get there. And visit MACPA's blog at CPASuccess.com.

DATE: Friday March 30, 2007

TIME: 12 noon - 1:00 PM EDT 

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Private one-hour Webinar for MACPA, a client. We'll cover basic Web 2.0 tools including blogs, rss, wikis, podcasting and tagging. We'll also talk about Second Life. MACPA has a neat space in 2L - SLURL to get there. And visit MACPA's blog at CPASuccess.com.

DATE: Friday March 30, 2007

TIME: 12 noon - 1:00 PM EDT 

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conference_board_logo.jpgWill be speaking both days at The Conference Board's 2007 Corporate Communication and Technology Conference.

DATE: Wednesday and Thursday April 18 - 19, 2007

LOCATION: Intercontinental The Barclay, New York City

TOPIC:  Making effective use of Blogging, RSS, Wikis, Podcasting, and Webcasting

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conference_board_logo.jpgWill be speaking both days at The Conference Board's 2007 Corporate Communication and Technology Conference.

DATE: Wednesday and Thursday April 18 - 19, 2007

LOCATION: Intercontinental The Barclay, New York City

TOPIC:  Making effective use of Blogging, RSS, Wikis, Podcasting, and Webcasting

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Twitter_video_scobleWatch this CBS interview with Robert Scoble (apparently filmed at his new office at Podtech.net in San Jose). It's the best explanation I've seen so far of what Twitter is and how it works. As always, Scoble is in his best self-deprecating form.

The video shows how Twitter is a mashup of blogging, text messaging, and Google Maps.

"It's stupid, lame and small... It's real addictive... Three weeks ago I had 90 (Twitter) followers.

Twitter_video_scobleWatch this CBS interview with Robert Scoble (apparently filmed at his new office at Podtech.net in San Jose). It's the best explanation I've seen so far of what Twitter is and how it works. As always, Scoble is in his best self-deprecating form.

The video shows how Twitter is a mashup of blogging, text messaging, and Google Maps.

"It's stupid, lame and small... It's real addictive... Three weeks ago I had 90 (Twitter) followers. Today I have more than 2,000 followers."
- Robert Scoble in the CBS interview

I get that it's the haiku of blogging (only 140 characters) but I still don't feel a desperate urge to twitter. There's the privacy thing, for one thing. Do I really want to tell you when I'm brushing my teeth?…

mr2007_logo.gifI am speaking about corporate blogging on a panel with Christopher Barger (formerly with IBM, now heading up GM's blogging team) and Chris Halvorson, chief blogger for Stonyfield Farm. (Both are quoted extensively in The Corporate Blogging Book).

DATE: Monday, June 11, 2007

TIME: 4:30 - 5:30 PM

LOCATION: Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington DC

Download the PDF brochure for the event. 

mr2007_logo.gifI am speaking about corporate blogging on a panel with Christopher Barger (formerly with IBM, now heading up GM's blogging team) and Chris Halvorson, chief blogger for Stonyfield Farm. (Both are quoted extensively in The Corporate Blogging Book).

DATE: Monday, June 11, 2007

TIME: 4:30 - 5:30 PM

LOCATION: Marriott Wardman Park Hotel in Washington DC

Download the PDF brochure for the event. 

Kathy_sierra Read this.

As of this writing, there are 713 1,165 comments on Kathy Sierra's blog entry, the most I've ever seen on any blog post. I'm sure that number will be higher by the time you click through above.

It's every woman geek's worst nightmare: you step into the glare of the online spotlight via your blog, get heaps of recognition and kudos ... and then attract misogynist weirdos who say hateful, scary things.

Well, things have

Kathy_sierra Read this.

As of this writing, there are 713 1,165 comments on Kathy Sierra's blog entry, the most I've ever seen on any blog post. I'm sure that number will be higher by the time you click through above.

It's every woman geek's worst nightmare: you step into the glare of the online spotlight via your blog, get heaps of recognition and kudos ... and then attract misogynist weirdos who say hateful, scary things.

Well, things have gone several steps further for Kathy Sierra, who blogs (brilliantly) at Creating Passionate Users, #68 on Technorati's list of Top 100 blogs.

For the past four weeks she has been receiving death threats on her blog: specific, graphic, violent, sexual comments. Then the threats began to appear on two…

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