Lisa Stone on bands of bloggers
Lisa Stone, co-founder of the BlogHer conference and former editor in chief of Women.com, appeared on a panel on the future of media that I put together for the Symposium on Social Architecture at Harvard Law's Berkman Center on Nov. 15, 2005. Afterward, she spent a few minutes talking about the next wave of business opportunities for blogging that is beginning to emerge, chiefly when bloggers band together.
Isn't Lisa just amazing?
Lisa Stone sums up BlogHer
Lisa Stone, co-founder of the BlogHer, discusses the conference at its conclusion.
Halley Suitt on building your blog chops
Halley Suitt of Halley's Comment (among many other blogs) talks about building your blog chops to get noticed in the blogosphere.
Jay Rosen's take on BlogHer
Jay Rosen of PressThink discusses the BlogHer conference, including the way many bloggers are dealing with concerns about security.
Lauren Gelman: Blogging and the law
Lauren Gelman, associate director of the Center for Internet & Society at Stanford Law School, summarizes what bloggers need to know about the law.
Jory des Jardins on BlogHer
Jory des Jardins, who began blogging a year ago, talks about how she and her two co-founders pulled together the BlogHer conference.
Heather Armstrong, top 10 blogger
Heather B. Armstrong (Dooce, the No. 10 blogger in Technorati's Top 100) talks about how much of yourself to expose, how to gain visibility, and she offers some tips for beginning bloggers.
Heather Schlegel: Women bloggers are everywhere
Heather Schlegel, founder and vice president of kwikreel, discusses some of the highlights of the conference and points out that women bloggers are not hard to find.