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Welcome to the BloggerCon IV sign-up wiki


This is where you go to sign up for BloggerCon IV , June 23-24 in San Francisco. If you want to sign up for the conference, add your name to the list below. We only have room for 125 participants (leaving room for the discussion leaders, their invited guests, people working on the conference, etc). So if you're not among the first 125 to sign-up, you can still come, and you might get in (there are always some no-shows) or use the wifi outside the conference center to tune into the webcast, and be part of the very casual schmooz.



  1. Those Bastards, Those Bastards.
  2. Dave Winer, Scripting News.
  3. Marc Canter, CEO, Broadband Mechanics.
  4. Sylvia Paull, Agent Provocateur WhoIsSylvia.
  5. Steve Gillmor, ZDNet.
  6. Jay Rosen, NYU Journalism and PressThink.
  7. Phillip Torrone MAKE Magazine.
  8. Natalie Zee Coquette.
  9. Eric J. Wilhelm Instructables/Squid Labs.
  10. Elisa Camahort, Blogher.
  11. Lisa Stone, Blogher.
  12. Ryanne Hodson, Vloggercon.
  13. Schlomo Rabinowitz, Vloggercon.
  14. Chris Pirillo, Gnomedex.
  15. John Palfrey, Harvard Law School.
  16. Dan Farber, CNET.
  17. Niall Kennedy, Microsoft, self.
  18. Richard Macmanus, Read/Write Web.
  19. Kevin Marks, Technorati.
  20. Tom Maddox Power Integrations
  21. Britt Bravo, Have Fun * Do Good, NetSquared, Blogher
  22. Carleen Hawn, Freelance business tech reporter
  23. Paolo Valdemarin, eVectors
  24. Ashish Kumar, Tekriti
  25. Maura Sparks, Broadband Mechanics
  26. Gabe Rivera, Techmeme, etc.
  27. Enoch Choi, Medmusings
  28. Michael Ostrovsky, MedGadget
  29. James Johnson, all in one
  30. Richard Luebke, iovation
  31. Robert Cox, WordsInEdgewise.tv
  32. Gerry Humphrey (aka RAD Moose), BlogStation (Sat. Only)
  33. Terry Heaton, DONATA
  34. Mark Glaser PBS Mediashift
  35. Tom Biro The Media Drop, Open the Dialogue, AdJab, MWW Group
  36. Mike Arrington, TechCrunch
  37. Peter Levinson, AllBusiness.com
  38. Matthew Carrico, Pro CNC
  39. Bill Belew, PanAsianBiz, ZhongHuaRising, RisingSunOfNihon, TheBizOfKnowledge, AManWalksIntoAnOffice
  40. John Furrier, PodTech.net 
  41. George Mac Donald Ephemeral Workbench 
  42. Jen McClure Society for New Communications Research 
  43. Mark Bernstein Eastgate Tinderbox
  44. Paul Kapustka, pulvermedia
  45. Chip Vanek
  46. Bill Quick, Daily Pundit
  47. Doug Kaye, The Conversations Network
  48. Kevin Braithwaite
  49. Tony Gentile, buzzhit!, Healthline
  50. Carrie Locke
  51. Buzz Bruggeman - ActiveWords
  52. Obadiah Greenberg - webcast.berkeley
  53. CrittendenIV - Fellaheen Radio Network
  54. Pratik Jhaveri - ApnaBlogs
  55. Ed Batista - AttentionTrust
  56. Jeff Baron
  57. Susan Anderson
  58. Ed Bierman
  59. Paul Auerbach
  60. Rashmi Sinha
  61. Jon Boutelle
  62. Edward Piou piou.org
  63. Judy Dobry
  64. Rob Hof TechBeat: Friday was great, but will have to settle for attending virtually Saturday.
  65. Anil Dash, Six Apart
  66. Kathleen Craig, wired news
  67. Steve Rhodes Tiger Beat
  68. Esme Vos Muniwireless
  69. dennis backus Apple
  70. eileen gittins Blurb
  71. Tara 'miss rogue' Hunt HorsePigCow and Citizen Agency (dropping in as I am moderating at Supernova)
  72. Dave Hodson MSN Alerts
  73. Lisa Williams OPML Fan and Lisa Williams' Weblog and H2otown
  74. Ben Gross
  75. Trudy Claudy {http://www.hampshirehouseacf.com| Hampshire House]
  76. William Grosso Blog. Can't make it.
  77. Jeff Cheney, Pax Vobiscum and UserLand Software
  78. Clay Cook, Minti and ineedhits and
  79. Richard Giles, Clique Communications and The Gadget Show
  80. Erik Herz, PodSlug
  81. John Smithwick, Nike Shoes
  82. Eddie Codel, Geek Entertainment TV
  83. Kath Gill, uspolitics and wiredpen.com - I should have done this last week when I came in but didn't see the sign up page. :-/
  84. Jen Bennett
  85. Jeremiah Owyang Web Strategy by Jeremiah
  86. Richard Bennett The Original Blog
  87. Phil Wolff, Skype Journal
  88. Eileen Zar
  89. Chris Ritke blog
  90. Rachna website
  91. Brian Sullivan CivicEvolution
  92. Ed Terpening Wells Fargo
  93. Jake Ludington MediaBlab
  94. Ross Rader, Tucows, Domain Direct  (formerly #84) Everyone moves up a spot! It kills me to say this, but I can't make it. I hope everyone has a gas, learns a ton and makes everything just a little bit better than it is today.
  95. Alexander Grundner eHomeUpgrade
  96. Lauren Elliott W3pn 
  97. Ben Metcalfe blog (am coming a long way so hope I get in!)
  98. Eric Risley Architect Partners
  99. Yobie Benjamin GoodStorm.com
  100. John Anderson ClipClip
  101. Hans Chung CrispAds
  102. Thomas Hawk Zooomr, Thomas Hawk's Digital Connection
  103. Manka Johnson OneAccord
  104. Deepak Goel
  105. Gerard Ramos
  106. Martin McKeay Network Security Blog/Podcast and too many other projects
  107. Tim Lee Camino Medical Group
  108. Les Chui Gadget and Tech
  109. Michal Klar
  110. Scott McMullan, ehick.
  111. Dylan Tweney, PCMagCast, tinywords, and The Tweney Review
  112. Jim Zellmer, zmetro www.schoolinfosystem.org Doubtful
  113. Harrison Lynch, letstalk.com
  114. C Lee
  115. Alexis B Creative Writing and SEO
  116. Ari Soglin, ContraCostaTimes.com
  117. Brian Dear, Eventful.com, personal blog
  118. Don Hopkins, blog  -- do not use while driving or operating heavy machinery
  119. Rich Willits
  120. Shannon Clark, MeshForum and blog will try to be there Friday (if there is space for me...)
  121. Dan Nash
  122. Chris Preimesberger, eWeek.com blog
  123. mathew hammel, CNC Machining

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