With conservative estimates of tens of thousands of new weblogs launching every week, it's no surprise the meeting and events industry has its share of bloggers. From e-conferencing and airlines to e-learning and oddities, the blogs below offer more reading than you've got time for, guaranteed.

A Sabre Geek
www.acemakr.com

Gary Potter, who spent a career working on technology applications in the travel industry, blogs about online travel issues.

Face2Face
http://blog.meetingsnet.com/face2face

The Meetings Group's very own Sue Pelletier blogs on all things meeting and event related … with some curiosities thrown in for good measure.

Conferblog
http://myst-technology.com/mysmartchannels/public/blog/52313

Stephanie Downs, founder of ConferZone, an e-conferencing resource Web site, relates news and opinions on webconferencing, videoconferencing, collaborative conferencing, and more.

The Boggs e-Learning Chronicle
http://boggse-learningchronicle.typepad.com/weblog

David Boggs, CEO of SyberWorks, Waltham, Mass., provides information on the Web-based training industry.

Tradeshow Blues Blog
http://jeffreydbrown.typepad.com/tradeshowbluesblog/

Here you'll find event musings from Jeffrey Brown, publisher and editor of Tradeshow Life online magazine.

Grass Shack
http://eventsmedia.blogspot.com/

This blog features random postings from a corporate event planning and production company.

Trade Show Marketing Report
http://tsmi.blogs.com/

News, opinion, and oddities from Rich Westerfield on the world of exhibition management and event marketing reside here.

Tradeshow Startup
www.tradeshowstartup.com/TSMI

Launched in March 2005, this blog follows the trials of starting up a for-profit trade show from scratch.

IAG Blog
http://iagblog.blogspot.com

IAG provides airline-related commentary from the Innovation Analysis Group, a La Jolla, Calif. — based market research and consulting company.