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I really am a pathetic blogger. Not sure why, but I think it might be because I don't write very often.
So I say, in that case, let's not call this a blog. Let's call it something else. Something that says, "I like to write about stuff once in a while, mostly stuff that only appeals to me, and I like to do it online, and I like to do it for the pathetically small number of people who visit my site."
No, too long. We'll just call it a blog.
So that's not why I'm writing today. I'm writing today because I just wrote a rather nice PRESS RELEASE about my company's participation (read "my participation", since I am, for all intents and purposes, my company) in the Public Media 2007 conference in big Boston, MA.
I put together a blog and a wiki for the conference. Some really smart folks have been assigned to put in some content (not me - I'm much better off installing than filling). Please visit them at your earliest since there's some good stuff there, and plus I'd really love to see them get some traffic.
How does such a pathetic blogger end up doing stuff like this? I guess it's because although I am not a great blogger, nor am I a prolific wiki-er (must be a better word than this), I do understand the value of such devices. I also appreciate that they will be absolutely instrumental in forming the future of Public Media (read "Public Broadcasting a la > 2007"), which is why this conference is important.
The conference will be great. I'm expecting to learn a lot, and I'm hoping to hear some fantastic speakers, see some old friends, and maybe enjoy a good hotel bed.
When I return, I promise I'll have lots to say about what I did there and what people said.