NC Science Blogging Conference this Saturday

Local bloggers are continuing the tradition of great live events. First there was the Triangle Bloggers Conference (video), then PodcasterCon, and now we have the North Carolina Science Blogging Conference.

Its this Saturday January 20 on the campus of UNC Chapel Hill in Murphey Hall, Room 116. The event gets going at 8:30 a.m. and wraps up at 5:30 p.m.. There are pre-events and post-events like dinner. See the NCSB Con schedule for more info.

So far over 150 people have registered. People are coming from all over the country and the world. Because of the limited seating and food there is a registration waiting list, so you can register now to try and squeeze in.

There will be lots of live blogging and photos to check out. Triangle Bloggers Rule! :) (All due respect to Piedmont Bloggers Conference, Converge South, and BloggerCon.)



Who says that bloggers aren't live and lively? :->

This is the fourth unconference with which I've been involved so I guess we do have a tradition. (Bloggers conference in Feb 2005, Podcastercon in 2006, BarCampRDU this past summer and now Science Bloggers Conference). All have gone great and been bigger and better than we had even dreamed they would be.

Anton Zuiker holds a Bloggers Meet up twice a month in Chapel Hill and alerts us to a similar event in RawLee also twice monthly.

You can bring your keyboards if you like.

"Local bloggers are continuing the tradition of great live events."

Is this a joke?

(smiley face, or winking smiley face)

Yep. Paul is right. Bloggers aren't that anti-social. We like to flirt in person like everyone else. ;)


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