On Friday I’m on a panel at
Blog08, an international bloggers’ conference in Amsterdam. The topic is blogs and journalism. The conference will be taking questions posted on De Nieuwe Reporter (the new reporter), an online platform for Dutch journalists, but they’d also like to take questions from the panellists’ blog readers.
So… got a question you’d like to pose?
Consider this my first attempt at a photoblog entry. For those who prefer video or text you can see both at
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For the next two days I’ll be meeting bloggers from across Europe at the
European Bloggers Unconference ( previously reported here). Assuming I don’t look too rude texting away, I’ll be Twittering throughout. Check out my Twitter account for updates.
If you’re at the
PICNIC conference/festival in Amsterdam this week and want to say hello, drop me a line before Wednesday. I’ll be flying on Wednesday morning and at the European Bloggers Unconference (one of the partner events) throughout Thursday and Friday.