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
Gary Potter, who spent a career working on technology applications in the travel industry, blogs about online travel issues.
The Meetings Group's very own Sue Pelletier blogs on all things meeting and event related … with some curiosities thrown in for good measure.
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
David Boggs, CEO of SyberWorks, Waltham, Mass., provides information on the Web-based training industry.
Tradeshow Blues Blog
Here you'll find event musings from Jeffrey Brown, publisher and editor of Tradeshow Life online magazine.
This blog features random postings from a corporate event planning and production company.
News, opinion, and oddities from Rich Westerfield on the world of exhibition management andreside here.
Launched in March 2005, this blog follows the trials of starting up a for-profit trade show from scratch.
IAG provides airline-related commentary from the Innovation Analysis Group, a La Jolla, Calif. — based market research and consulting company.