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My $0.02 on convention blogging

If I were there, I’d probably spend my time finding people to talk to, and blogging about that. That’s just me, of course – your mileage may vary and all that. That said, Byron’s conversation with Kucinich delegates is the sort of thing I’m looking for from the conventionbloggers. Not because I have any great interest in Dennis Kucinich and his supporters, but because I do have a great interest in the people who won’t get much regular press coverage. Talking to those who will get coverage is also fine, as long as you’re not asking the same questions everyone else does.

Just my two cents. What are you looking for from conventionblogging?

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  1. Steve Bates says:

    What are you looking for from conventionblogging?


    (Just kidding…)

  2. Amy says:

    I’m with you, in that I see convention blogging as a great means of getting the inside interesting stories the media wouldn’t bother to cover. I loved Tom Tomorrow’s coverage of his day spent amid the media frenzy that is Michael Moore. And without him, who’d have known that Bill O’Reilly, who likes to call the rest of us “unpatriotic” for expressing opinions, can’t be bothered to stand up during the national anthem?