Tag Archive | "BlogHer"

Working the Social Media Angle at BlogHer ’10: Slowly They Turn

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

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What do CNN, Pepsi, and a U.S. Senator have in common? They all tried to reach out to the ever-growing, powerful and influential group known as women bloggers at this year’s BlogHer ’10 Conference. They all had slightly different approaches …

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Looking for Me? I’m at BlogHer ’10

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

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I’m getting ready for the annual BlogHer conference, this year in New York City. If you’re attending, I hope you’ll join me for my panel on Saturday morning, Radical Mom Blogging: You’d Be Crazy Not to Take These Women Seriously!

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Mothers of Intention — I’m on a Plane Again Edition

Saturday, July 24, 2010

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I’m sure I’ll have a lot to share after returning from the Netroots Nation convention/conference for progressive politicos and bloggers.  But in the meantime, as I’m winging my way from the heat of Las Vegas back to the heat …

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Are You More Interested In Michelle Obama’s Fashion or Her Works?

Friday, May 8, 2009

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What’s more important — whether FLOTUS Michelle Obama spends time with Congressional wives at a food bank to help feed the homeless or that she decided to break out her designer sneaks for the occasion? The media have decided the …

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President Bush Farewell Tour: Don’t Let the Screen Door Hit You on the Way Out

Friday, January 16, 2009

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It’s been a very long farewell tour for outgoing President George W. Bush. I’ve gotten the feeling that he’s been phoning it in for a while, but then I decided that’s not such a bad thing, given his dismal record …

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Green Obama

Friday, December 19, 2008

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As President Bush announced yet another bail-out, this time for American automakers, it’s hard to remember that there are other important problems that will need some serious attention when the administration takes over in January. One of those is …

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Writing Hillary Clinton’s Convention Speech

Friday, August 22, 2008

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In just a few days, the long national nightmare for some Barack Obama supporters will be over. Hillary Clinton will have taken her final bow at the 2008 Democratic National Convention as she gives her speech on Tuesday night. Clinton’s …

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Hillary Clinton — Crafting a New Political Role

Friday, August 8, 2008

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While everyone else is talking about Barack Obama and VP roulette, I’m going to talk about Hillary! (You’re SO surprised, right?) Hillary Clinton is poking her toe back into the political waters, now that she’s taken sometime off to get …

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PunditMom on BlogTalk Radio on Saturday Afternoon!

Thursday, July 24, 2008

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Looking for some political chat this weekend? Then come by the MOMocrats show on BlogTalk Radio on Saturday, July 26 at 3 p.m. Eastern/12 Noon Pacific for our show! We’ll be talking about the BlogHer conference, our upcoming trip …

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If You Can’t Trust a Nun, Who Can You Trust?

Friday, May 30, 2008

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What do you get when you cross an 80-year-old nun with a primary election that some in the GOP are trying to control? I know that sounds like a bad joke. But it’s no joke and the punch line can …

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Random Thoughts on Voting

Friday, May 23, 2008

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As we wind down in the primary season, the hub-bub about voter registration will be gone because everyone is all registered to vote, right? Wrong. More registration efforts are about to begin anew to get people ready to vote in …

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Mothers of Intention — A Lack of Reliable Childcare May Break Our Economy, by Surrender, Dorothy

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

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Welcome to this week’s installment of Mothers of Intention, a forum for blogger moms, who don’t usually get all political at their places, to talk about issues that are important to them. This week, I am so excited that Rita

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