Announce: Dean's "chief blogger" to present at BloggerCon.
The flip-side -- Matt's announcement on the Dean weblog.
Notes from tonight's local host committee meeting. Joi Ito just came in with Halley Suitt and John Palfrey.
Halley: "Why are bloggers so excited about this election?"
NHPrimary.Com covers last night's Edwards talk.
All current Chris Lydon interviews in one big download.
NewsCenter 5's Gail Huff reported that "Ashcroft is expected to arrive at Boston's Faneuil Hall at 9AM Tuesday."
MIT-Stanford Venture Lab: "The explosive uptake of blogging, RSS feeds, and self-maintained collaborative web platforms such as wikis are already having powerful revolutionary effects on news and content delivery."
Guess who's coming to dinner?
Betsy Devine: "The squeaky blogger gets the discharge?"
Salam Pax: "As the war came closer, my blog started getting mentioned more and more."
NY Times: "During cocktails in the back yard, one group heard former President Bill Clinton say that the national Democratic Party had 'two stars': his wife, the junior senator from New York, and a retired general, Wesley Clark, who is said to be considering a run for the presidential nomination."
Later today we'll have an announcement about BloggerCon that includes one of the Democratic presidential campaigns. We hope that before the show happens, on October 4th and 5th, we will have announcements with all the candidates that have weblogs. BloggerCon is neutral on the candidates. It's important that their point of views be represented on the subject of weblogs as used in political campaigns. We will strive to be totally neutral, and if you believe you see us taking a partisan position, please speak up. It's important.
Two years ago: "Ole and Sven went fishing on the lake on a hot summer day."
Three years ago: The P in P2P.
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