Bloggerati Comes to NYC
Tomorrow, the gilt edges of the blogosphere will convene in New York for the Personal Democracy Forum, to discuss the "latest cutting-edge developments in political technology".
Tech icon... er, gubernatorial candidate Eliot Spitzer will keynote, for some reason. But it's later in the program that things should get interesting (and relevant). David All, from Congressional Blog King Jack Kingston's office, and Mary Katherine Ham of HughHewitt.com and Townhall.com will serve on the "To Blog or Not to Blog" panel. En route, Mary Katherine offered a pre-game post from aboard a taxpayer-subsidized Amtrak train.
I'm on my way to New York City for the Personal Democracy Forum - a conference for a bunch of people who care enough about how the Internet and blogs and podcasting and the like are affecting politics and society that they travel to various destinations over weekends just to talk about it. I have become one of those people.
Hey, me too. The Amtrak processed turkey sandwich is still repeating on me.
Stop snickering. This is really important stuff. Plus, I can go to conferences like this and report back to you, and be dyed blue or whatever it is that various lefty attendees decide to put me through, so that you don't have to.
Other panels include "Online Political Advertising", "TxtMessaging and Mobile Politics", and "Is Online Video More Powerful Than TV Ads?" If you're in the area, tickets can be bought Monday morning.
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