Monthly Archives: July 2008
I’ve just returned from sunny and chilly San Francisco where I attended the Blogher Conference. A gathering of bloggers, blogger fanatics and blogger-related types, Blogher bills itself as an “annual conference like no other — it is the thrilling diversity of the blogosphere come to life!” The content of the conference included technical labs and workshops, discussion sessions and speakers from every corner of the blogosphere. It was billed as an opportunity to network and socialize and it lived up to its expectations.
It’s a tragic twist of fate to read a headline that begins “Women Are Now Equal” and follows with “As Victims of Poor Economy” — especially when you’ve been an advocate for women’s issues for more than thirty years. But yesterday’s article in the New York Times is yet another stark reminder of the challenges […]