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June 19, 2004

BlogOn: The Business of Social Media

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Posted by danah boyd

UC-Berkeley will be hosting BlogOn: The Business of Social Media. An all-star cast of speakers are coming to talk about blogs, social networks, syndication and whatnot. Basically, it looks like a great gathering for those interested in social media.

Furthermore, they have discounts for bloggers and i’m very psyched to announce that they have scholarships for students and economically-disadvantaged bloggers. I wish more organized events recognized the importance of getting bright minds involved who don’t have the economic freedom to usually participate in these conversations.

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1. Jennifer Lee on June 19, 2004 10:18 PM writes...

That sound very interesting I would love to hear what they have to say after all Google came from
Berkeley, right!

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