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Entries from August 2005

From a friend’s garden: Happy Birthday Millie!

August 18th, 2005 · 3 Comments

The other day I realized how much I missed my own garden when I had the opportunity to stroll through a friend’s backyard. I also realized how fun it is to take pictures of flowers. Before I knew it, I had taken out my camera to capture glimpses of beauty and once at home, I [...]

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Now serving: Blogher Bouillabaisse

August 13th, 2005 · 19 Comments

Note: Blogher was intense and so is this post. The more I read and thought, the more I knew it would be difficult to be concise. Many of the ideas are related to each other. I wish I could mind map it! So I’ve included many concepts and links in one post. Even this is [...]

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More than I can say

August 8th, 2005 · No Comments

I’ve gotten behind on posting photos to flickr and this blog. Last night I decided to catch up and uploaded my favorite pictures from the past few weeks into my flickr account. I had hoped to write stories explaining many of them but perhaps that will come later. And if a picture is worth a [...]

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“To Tell the Truth Sometimes You Have to Lie”: Notes from Blogher 2005 Storytelling Birds of a Feather

August 1st, 2005 · 2 Comments

Highlights from the Birds of a Feather Storytelling group Blogher July 30, 2005: I came late and left early, due to the fact that the session I was helping to lead was immediately after this one. However, here are a few quotes from the informal session when we split into groups and discussed various interests. [...]

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“Loudly, Enthusiastically and Proudly”: Notes from the Welcome Session at Blogher 2005

August 1st, 2005 · No Comments

Highlights of the Welcome Session: – Three questions to answer at the end: What have you learned? What would you do with this information? What would you recommend to others around the world who can’t be here? – Blogher statistics are intriguing: for example, more than 50% were attending a conference on blogging for the [...]

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