11PM: Great show. So many smart excited people. Lots of interesting discussions. I heard there were huge problems with the webcast, but lots of people were recording the event, so we may be able to piece together a recording of the sessions. Tomorrow is Day 2, with a completely different flavor, multiple tracks, and no charge, should be lots of new people. Starts at 9AM in Pound Hall.
Greenspun: "What's the point of blogging?"
Dan Gillmor posts a screen shot of BloggerCon taken by his brother Steve, in San Francisco. My own brother was there and asked what he called a disruptive question. A few people snickered (nicely). One said "It must run in the family."
Lance Knobel says we have to do an encore.
Glenn Reynolds: "My favorite panel was the final one, featuring representatives from the DNC and from the Graham, Dean, and Clark blogging campaigns."
Scoble: "Why does Microsoft need to do everything?"
Dan Bricklin has BloggerCon pics.
Three years ago today: "OK, the Mets didn't win today. That doesn't mean they lost."
When did Andrew Wooldridge start blogging again?
Betsy Devine's notes on BloggerCon.
Kevin Marks is webcasting in QuickTime from the front row.
Great new design at Jenny Levine's blog.
Murphy's Law Update: Wireless does not work in Langdell. I'm using a land-line. The webcast will happen no matter what, they're using cables not wireless.
The DNC weblog has pictures of Day 2 of their meeting.
Last year on this day: "And many thanks to Halley for opening up Harvard to the bloggers."
Berkmanite Jesse Ross, setting up in Langdell, pre-coffee.
Today is Day 1. Hee.
Groundrules for BloggerCon.
Chris Lydon interviewed Adam Curry yesterday. Bing!
Before 8AM Eastern, the webcast page will point to the webcast.
Morning Coffee Notes
Good morning. Today is one of those days when you lie in bed waking up and at some point realize Today's The Day! I'm pumped. Hope you are too. I'll have a few pointers here and then head over to Langdell to get ready. (As if I haven't already spent the last four months getting ready.)
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