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September 09, 2003

BloggerCon at Harvard in October

Dave Winer is hosting the upcoming BloggerCon, a conference about weblogs October 4-5 on the campus of Harvard Law School. I'll be there thanks to the random drawing for 25 scholarship passes. So far the only person I know personally who will be there is Shannon. The two-day event costs $250 for students and $500 for everyone else. The event concept and schedule look interesting but that price tag seems high. Maybe everyone who pays the $500 fee should get to be a sponsor, too. Matthew Gross of Howard Dean's campaign weblog will be participating on a panel that aspires to include blogging staff from the other campaigns, too.

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