Steve and I went to Blogforum both Friday and Saturday (in parts). It was great to meet local bloggers, and talk about all aspects of blogging.
“How can we make money on this?” was a recurring question – there were a lot of entrepreneurs present. But also social, cultural and political aspects of blogging were discussed, and some good ideas came up about how blogs can “save the world”, even here in Denmark. I hope others will blog about the ideas, because I missed too much of the debates to make a comprehensive summary.
Steve showed a few blogs from the US presidential campaign. We showed Nyrup’s blog.
On the US elections, I just found a fun one: Howard Dean won the Denmark award in GoogleRace. I suppose GoogleRace is a pretty simple implementation of the Google api, but it’s a neat solution (not very useful, but neat).
you spoke about the google api. Two questions:
1. Is there one new avaible or only the beta ?
2. Is there a blog with content about the api?
I would also recommend taking a look at Wesley Clark’s new “Clark Community” blog at http://www.forclark.com.
Well, it’s good to hear that Howard Dean won the Denmark award in GoogleRace. Because he certainly didn’t win the Democratic Nomination! I guess the denmark award must be some consolation to him, though… :)P
Fred Butler – in the spirit of inquiry !