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Discrimination starts with the separation of the human beings!

Lisa Stone aka Surfette

Hi Enoch,

Great idea -- thanks for blogging it so your colleagues can catch wind of the invite.

Hey temps,

Not sure what you're implying, but as I've posted ad nauseum, men are very much welcome.


Blogger doesn't support Trackback, so I thought I'd let you know I've mentioned the conference on my site.

Elisa Camahort

Thanks Ashley.


What an incredible IDEA!! If I didn't have a baby I would definitely fly in from Israel! Please let me know if there is any way of participating virtually. It's the women of the world who are the true movers and shakers - enjoy the conference!

P.S. My kabbalah blog is dedicated to women who want to wake up to a better world:

Elisa Camahort

Josia, there are a couple ideas:

1. we are lining up foreign language speakers who would be willing to translate the post-conference recaps from all of our Bloghership recipients into their language and post. We would then post on BlogHer and link to you. Are able to translate into Hebrew or any other language and would you be willing to. (Be warned, I don't think it will be a tiny task.)

2. We are still working out whether we will have live audio streaming.


Sorry to duplicate but to try to catch people who might not make it to the dedicated page for other meetups... I've just put up a a speculative post to see if there's any interest in a parallel meet in London on 30 or 31 July? And if there's any offer of a venue, ideally with a broadband connection? See http://consumingexperience.blogspot.com/2005/06/blogher-bloggers-conference-in-london.html


Prissy Patriot

Wonderful idea! We are the key to a peaceful 21st Century, ladies!
Did you know women are receiving more Bachelor degrees than men these days?
Twenty years from now, the world will be ours.
Prissy loves kind men, but they are not presently the ones running the world.
The representatives we are stuck with will not stand up for the people-only corporations and Prissy is fed up! Send your reps PrissyBalls and tell them to get some more!
Check them out (or make your own, if you're handy) at Prissy's Place-Please don't hesitate to add Prissy to your blog roll!

Lisa Stone

Thanks Prissy! You're on - now, would you mind hiking on over to the politics session comment (here) and putting a few questions to our panel for July 30?

Renee Sereno

I wish I would've known about BlogHer before it happened. I was already in the area, checked in at the Crowne Plaza in nearby Milpitas, CA. Then again, we already had tickets for "Day Out With Thomas" at Roaring Camp Railroad for the 30th, and my kids would've refused to talk to me for days had I opted out.

Please let me know of other EB's among women bloggers in Northern California. I live in Modesto, CA. I have been blogging since November 2002, and now maintain six blogs. My main blog, "The Prada Mama Chronicles" (definitely a Mommy blog) can be found at http://pradamama.pansitan.net.

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