Category: Blogging

Another shameless plug….

I haven’t blogged many of the news articles from GBC, but I can’t pass this one up. I got a few emails mentioning it, but I simply figured it was the AP story. Turns out The Guardian spliced together the...

/ October 17, 2005

a jovial jab

In the wake of a successful blog-conference with an admittedly goofy name, a bit of self-satire seems acceptable. Check out Ed Brayton’s alternative to GodBlogCon, to be held sometime in the near future(?)…

/ October 17, 2005

Thoughts about GBC

I just finished a huge round-up of posts from GBC attendees. It is, I believe, the most comprehensive list of GBC attendees comments available. First, Hugh Hewitt is the most gracious, engaging, and humble man I have ever met. He...

/ October 15, 2005

GodBlogCon Again

The buzz around GodBlogCon is growing and concerns about the name have followed. Check out Jeff Jarvis of buzzmachine.com on MSNBC’s new show Connected: Coast to Coast. (HT: Matt Margolis). After you’ve watched that, read this concern by Margolis and...

/ March 1, 2005

GodBlogCon 2005

The Christian Blogosphere now knows what I’ve known for a few days: GodBlogCon 2005 will be hosted by the Torrey Honors Institute at Biola University. The official announcement is up over at Andrew Jackson’s blog. How, you ask, was I...

/ February 28, 2005

Media and Blogging

Stacy Harp of MediaSoul has started a new company designed to promote books through the blogosphere. She states, “We exist to help people in the media, such as authors, filmmakers, musicians and others get their message out to a targeted...

/ February 23, 2005

Stats and Blogging

Today I discovered that The Doctor has a link to this site on his own page. Naturally, this prompted visions of ‘blog glory’–hundreds of thousands of hits per day, all to read the thoughts here. I finally realized, though, that...

/ December 7, 2004