I haven't been blogging for a while… In the middle of BlogHer something happened to the computer at home that runs Radio and the one who could fix it has left the house to see me in Seattle.
After "BlogHer" I desperately wanted to blog, but somehow I never able to write knowing that it wouldn't be posted anywhere soon, so you’ll have to read the stories of others (or, start with a summary by Julie Leung).
...Talking with a couple of bloggers about reading private blogs of their teenage kids – something different and strange and ethically unresolved for myself.
...Mena Trott, sitting alone in an empty lobby – just a girl at a conference – so different from the celebrity appearance last year at BlogTalk...
...Sitting on the floor at identity blogging session (Nancy's notes), too low to see the speakers – just listening, being hit by their stories of revealing themselves online and thinking about all those parallels to vulnerable writing is ethnography...
...Growing discomfort with the discussions about linking and power, realizing that I don’t like female A-listers and the tipping point of it – strange inner resistance of adding my name to the speakers list started by Mary Hodder with the idea to make female speakers more visible.
Next year: go if you have a chance (regardless of your gender) or sponsor a blogger next to you.