I was a speaker this past week at The Blogging Enterprise conference in Austin. I took a bunch of notes, but felt like just doing a core dump of them wouldn’t really be all that interesting to anybody. What I really wanted was for my blog posts not to be the end of the conversation, but the beginning of it. So instead of just posting my notes, I decided to do a series of posts around some of the major themes from the conference and invite the attendees (and the rest of the blogosphere) to join the conversation. Here are the first three:
The Death of Old Media? – How are the Washington Post, the Austin American-Statesman, and other traditional media dealing with citizen journalism?
Who’s Winning with Blogs? – Small businesses and tech companies are the early adopters. Are any big companies outside the tech industry actually doing it right?
Character Blogs – Totally lame? Or is there a character you’d like to see blog? I want to see a blawg from Harvey Birdman.
If any of these topics spark your interest, I invite you too to join the conversation – leave a comment or post in your own blog and trackback.