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I consider it Good News that blogging has opened new ways for us to share information and create a dialogue and debate over important issues. So I encourage you ALL to participate in BlogNashville next weekend. This get together will be run on the un-conference model pioneered by Dave Winer. Sessions will be dialogues - not "presentations" - and there will be roundtable dinner discussions hosted by the session leaders Saturday evening to continue the dialogue.

I especially welcome your thoughts about milblogging. Come by the ongoing discussion about military blogging and tell us what you think about milblogging - its impact, value and how it has (or could) change the way the mainstream media report on current events

Can't come to Nashville? You can join the session dialogues online - now, during the conference, and afterwards - at these sites:

Military Blogging -- facilitated by yours truly
Building Blogospheres -- Hossein Derakhshan
Citizen's Media -- Dan Gillmor
Faith-Based Blogging -- LaShawn Barber
Local Politics -- Ed Cone
Making Money -- Henry Copeland
Video Blogging -- Jay Dedman
Protecting Bloggers -- Mark Glaser
Podcasting & Audioblogging -- Brendan Greeley
Committing Journalism -- Staci Kramer
Global Voices -- Rebecca MacKinnon
A Respectful Disagreement -- Dave Winer

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Way cool - great Saturday post. Enjoy youtrself in Nashville, and say hi to Bill R.

Thanks, Joe. I wish all our Winds of Change readers could join us in person in Nashville. But you ALL can join us via the Net -- and I hope you do!!

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