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It’s only a month until the Blog Indiana Conference, otolaryngologist a blogging and social media conference. This conference is being held here in Indianapolis on August 16th and 17th. With a two day event covering three tracks, therapy I think it will be a great conference at a low price ($49). I have heard some of the local blogger speak previously, and their sessions should be great. I guess I   Read More ...

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The BlogIN at IUPUI was a great Open Space event. Thanks to Smaller Indiana and Compendium Blogware for sponsoring the event. The conference was, tablets obviously, internist about blogging, but the main focus was not on a set agenda, but an attendee selected list of topics. If you’re not familiar with the Open Space format, it goes like this: Whoever comes are the right people Whatever happens is the only   Read More ...

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Zack Legend is a prominent video blogger here in Indianapolis. Zack found that he wasn’t a good writer, medic but that video was really his niche. Currently, his biggest claim to fame is the video blogger for the Indianapolis Colts. His biggest secret? He shoots video with his point-and-shoot Canon camera. In his session (which I understand ran straight through the second breakout), he showed us how he goes through   Read More ...

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Keynotes I’m here at the Smaller Indiana blogging unconference, sildenafil BlogIN. We’ve been through the keynotes, sovaldi two break-out sessions, search and are now in the third. I’m a horrible live blogger, apparently. Granted, I hosted a "Blogging 101" session, so I didn’t take many notes in that one. For the keynotes, Chris Baggot, Kevin Makice, and Douglas Karr talked about their blogging experiences. Here’s the few chicken-scratch notes I   Read More ...

Business Web

I’m not sure how the BlogIN event is going to go this Saturday (2008 April 26) since it’s being run in a BarCamp fashion. There is no agenda, story it will be set by the attendees at the time. For eight years I’ve been a blogger (more or less), help but I’ve never had success in my consistency or the number of readers on my site. Maybe I’m just not   Read More ...

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Since the BlogIN publicity stunt, hospital or BlogMOB, recipe as we referred to it, I’ve been thinking a lot about my blogging. I’ve had a personal website since 1994, when I posted a few pages online on a server at UW-LaCrosse. After college, I kept a personal site but never really built anything resembling a blog until 2000. I wrote my first "blog" post about Lousy Drivers in September 2000.    Read More ...

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Business Web

I added a new plugin to the old blog here… it pulls my Twitter feed and creates a daily post of the short, symptoms 140-character thoughts I have on and off during the day. Nothing big, just didn’t want to freak out the 12 RSS readers I have when they start seeing regular posts coming through. One more thought… I had switched to Jaiku for a bit, but it seems   Read More ...

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I’m not sure why I was excited to find out that Appleton has its own craigslist page at http://appleton.craigslist.org/. It’s not like I’m a huge craigslist fan, visit but I do like the local classifieds that the site provides. Now I just need to clean out the basement and get some stuff posted out there.

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37 Signals, pathopsychology the Web 2.0 darlings, abortion published an eBook (in PDF format) last year called Getting Real. At the time, I had just bought their other book, Defensive Design for the Web. Defensive Design is a thin tome and is mostly screen shots with some quick notes describing them. After flipping through it a bit, I parked it on my bookshelf and, until I needed its ISBN, haven’t   Read More ...

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