There Are Only 90 Days Left!

When CK first started talking about getting a few bloggers together I wondered whether it would really be possible. After all, many of us live in far flung places … with busy lives, work commitments and (let’s face it), budgets to live within. But I did like the idea (first meetup in NY and the following year in Venice – yay Gianandrea) and loved the thought of meeting face-to-face with some of the bloggers that I have come to call "friends".

But now, thanks to a monumental effort from the Blogger Social Organising Committee, the dream is close to being a reality. Watch this video to see the faces of those who have already confirmed … and then go HERE and register yourself. Remember, you have until February 15 to confirm your attendance … but as always, it helps us to plan if you register early!

Big thanks to Mark Goren for his help with making this video and the above collage. All information on Blogger Social ’08, including registration is available here.

And if you wan to know who is coming along … the list includes: Susan Bird Tim Brunelle Katie Chatfield Terry Dagrosa Matt Dickman Luc Debaisieux Gianandrea Facchini Mark Goren Gavin Heaton Sean Howard CK Valeria Maltoni Drew McLellan Doug Meacham Marilyn Pratt Steve Roesler Greg Verdino CB Whittemore Steve Woodruff Paul McEnany Ann Handley David Reich Tangerine Toad Kristin Gorski Mack Collier David Armano Ryan Barrett Lori Magno Tim McHale Gene DeWitt Mario Vellandi Arun Rajagopal Darryl Ohrt Joseph Jaffe Rohit Bhargava Anna Farmery Marianne Richmond Thomas Clifford Lewis Green Geoff Livingston Kris Hoet Connie Reece CeCe Lee Jonathan Trenn Toby Bloomberg Seni Thomas

5 thoughts on “There Are Only 90 Days Left!

  1. Really looking forward to meeting my Mo’ bro in April!!
    It’s going to be one hell of a time.
    As for the video, really, it was nothing. Matt, Kris, C.B., Drew, Luc, and CK all deserve some kudos as well!

  2. See you in 90 days my friend. I cannot wait to “make your acquaintance” and, from now on, it’s known as Blogger Socialising Committee (not “Socializing”) because we need to be ‘global’ and use Aussie English or British English (or both). After all, it’s a global event.

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