In 1999, I wrote about the conference in my first online journal, but since I composed entries under a pseudonym, I wrote in vague terms and ended up saying very little. Whenever I met another blogger, the encounter always felt somewhat clandestine; blogging was something we did in a back room and certainly not something we would talk about in mixed company. In 2005, however, bloggers kept their laptops open and wireless connections buzzing. Little was deemed unworthy of posting in cyberspace. —Nels P. Highberg —Blogging the C’s (Across the Disciplines)
A good roundup of the blogging culture at the 4Cs. Highberg laments that it’s becoming impossible to attend all the blogging-related sessions at the Cs. That’s actually a good thing, since it means that plenty is happening.