I arrived at the BlogHer conference in Chicago unsure of exactly what I would find. Would I be the person who didn't speak the language? Didn't get the jokes?
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As new media continues to be an amplifying platform for previously under-recognized constituencies and agendas, women are looking to claim their piece of the pie.
To me, the key to the Fem2.0 conference on February 2 was to mashup, interact, and expand the dialogue.
Apparently I can push political agendas, but I'll always be seen as an Oprah-watching, bon-bon eating, Katie Couric-esque, shoe-shopping girl.
On the topic of technical literacy, a McCain surrogate said he's conducting conference calls with bloggers, which didn't even work as flattery, since many bloggers don't identify themselves or blogging as particularly technical.
Upon reading Barack's late term abortion remark, I had to process what was being said before I cried into my Women for Obama t-shirt.
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