Hi all. I have been searching for live relevant information about what is being discussed at WordPress Camp in San Francisco today. Here are the sites I feel are doing a great job.
WordCamp Notes From Dan – he is presenting a very good summarization of all sessions he is in attendance of and not embellishing them with personal opinions. It is point form and easily read. It is one post that author Dan keeps updating simplifying greatly the need to click other posts.
The Blog Herald is doing a great job of posting Wordcamp sessions as they are completed in separate posts containing links to what is being discussed. Aaron Brazil and David Krug, both writers for the Herald are liveblogging the event.
I would like to say that if you are liveblogging an event please leave your personal opinions out of it. We the reader would like to know what is being discussed. The key though, here is AFTER, not during. As proven, the Blogher Conference provoked strong opinions to be voiced after the conference from many in attendance. It has been at best difficult to find a factual account of what was talked about for me. Trying to discern between what the geekygirls and the mommybloggers learned about women in the blogosphere has become futile for me to even continue reading post entries.
And perhaps even this post is an opinionated suggestion. However, the two sites above are doing a terific job with direct summarization; just the facts are being listed with any relevant known links.
If I find others I will update this post.
UPDATE – if you find others please feel free to list the site in the comments and I’ll post it. cheers!
UPDATE – Conversation Rater has a written a post discussing the monetization of blogs. He helped in leading the discussion while at WordPress Camp.
UPDATE – Mark
JaquaithJaquith will be updating his blog to include live audio and comments on the sessions he attended.