Conference blogging

November 14, 2007

A great post today by Stuart Henshall on reasons to support conference blogging (and not just ’cause it’s got my photo in it). I started doing this recently (yesterday the latest) and found it not only increased my attention to what was being said, but also forced me to reflect and not jump to rapidly to conclusions. From a speakers point of view I think it can only be good news.

One thing Stuart does not address is what else speakers could do to make the conference bloggers life easier. All suggestions on this appreciated.

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