I'm wupped after two straight days of ClickZ's June 2003 Weblog Conference. It was fantastically interesting. There were even a few shouting matches towards the end.
Tony Perkins, founder of the online news & opinion site AlwaysOn, has been calling his site a “super blog.”
Well, it's really not a blog at all. And serious bloggers are incensed that he's co-opted the term for his use. Click here to read about the fuss over this. More here.
I won't even attempt a conference wrap up. Instead let me point you to some blogs with great commentary on – or a good summary of – this first-time event:
- Doc Searls Weblog
- Rick Bruner writing in MarketingFix.com.
- Heath Row's Media Diet Practically a transcript of the conference.
- Interesting pointer from Don Baker on Why Some People Hate Weblogs.