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As if you don't get enough of my babbling here--I was interviewed earlier this week, along with Jeffrey D. Brown of TradeShowBlues fame, on Association Nation Radio about (no big surprise) blogging. If you are in the Washington, D.C., area, you can tune in to WMET-AM 1160 (Fox News Radio) on Sunday, March 13, 2005 at 10 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, or you can listen in to the show online at www.1160wmet.com. The program will also be available online for on-demand listening at www.associationnation.com beginning on March 15, 2005.

I had a blast talking about blogging, which I think is a great form of communication--for meetings, team projects, just about everything. I'm currently using a blog to map out the logistics of a meeting to be held later this month, and participants will be blogging live from the meeting so those of us who can't be there can participate. Pretty cool stuff--if it works. I'll let you know.

But since my main job is being a writer, not a meeting planner, I'd love to write an article entirely through the blog. That would require more back and forth than we usually do here, though. Then again, if Microsoft's Robert Scoble can write a book through a blog, maybe we have a shot at it. Anyone willing to play?

As if you don't get enough of my babbling here--I was interviewed earlier this week, along with Jeffrey D. Brown of TradeShowBlues fame, on Association Nation Radio about (no big surprise) blogging. If you are in the Washington, D.C., area, you can tune in to WMET-AM 1160 (Fox News Radio) on Sunday, March 13, 2005 at 10 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, or you can listen in to the show online at www.1160wmet.com. The program will also be available online for on-demand listening at www.associationnation.com beginning on March 15, 2005.

I had a blast talking about blogging, which I think is a great form of communication--for meetings, team projects, just about everything. I'm currently using a blog to map out the logistics of a meeting to be held later this month, and participants will be blogging live from the meeting so those of us who can't be there can participate. Pretty cool stuff--if it works. I'll let you know.

But since my main job is being a writer, not a meeting planner, I'd love to write an article entirely through the blog. That would require more back and forth than we usually do here, though. Then again, if Microsoft's Robert Scoble can write a book through a blog, maybe we have a shot at it. Anyone willing to play?

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