Posts Tagged ‘conference’

  • My BlogHer Babbling!
    Tweet So I made it to BlogHer and I made it back. If you read my Girlfriend’s Guide To BlogHer you would be wondering if I really ate my own dog food. And to not keep you in suspense, yes I did. BlogHer was a blur but I expected it to be. What I wore T-shirt with my logo (if I am forking out money to be there I better promote myself ) and my twitter id (which...
    by at August 15th, 2010 at 08:08 pm
  • Ziprider – It Is A Scream! No Really It Is!
    Tweet There have been so many adventures at Evo Conference (where I was giving a keynote speech) that I have been trying to wrap my head around them and finally decided I will write a separate post on each so that no post is too long to read and also you can choose what you want to read about. This blog is about news about also as a personal diary that I want to record...
    by at June 29th, 2010 at 10:06 am
  • Blogalicious And The Sisterhood Of The Blogging Ladies!
    Tweet Photo by Carol Cain, NYCityMama.com This is just another post that is way overdue but for my personal diary of blogging I wanted to write it. Blogalicious 09 was the inaugural conference of the MamaLaw media group to create a conference for women of color. I was asked pretty early on if I would be a speaker (on secrets to a successful blog) and although I was...
    by at October 28th, 2009 at 09:10 pm
  • The BlogHer Hangover!
    Tweet It seemed months away, and that gave me hope to get into shape, but somehow the time flew and so did those dieting hopes. I tried in the last few days to not get caught up in the whole hysteria. I packed very little and prided myself on taking it easy.  I had already registered for all the parties and did not bother sweeping the conference agenda very finely,...
    by at July 28th, 2009 at 09:07 pm
  • Just Name That Gift!
    Tweet It is birthday season all year when you have kids. It seems all you can do is manage the social calendar of your kids and with a twinge of envy wonder why your own seems drier than the Sahara desert. It it all I can do to keep my head wrapped around the several dates filled in the year. When I moan to parents of older kids about the amount of parties they chalk...
    by at February 16th, 2009 at 05:02 pm
  • Providing The Tools For Early Readers
    Tweet Having a daughter who has kept us on our toes with the speed with which she learns stuff meant I have always been on the lookout for the tools to help me. Essential tools (workbooks, reading books, media and cards) from the fanciest bookstore to dollar stores, has been explored. Brands like Leap Frog, Kumon and Hooked On Phonics have always been highly regarded....
    by at October 21st, 2008 at 04:10 pm