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Special Event: A Founder of BlogHer to speak at Harvard Law School in Cambridge

  • Mar 20, 2008 · 6:00 PM
  • Austin West Classroom, Austin Hall

Lisa Stone, originator of BlogHer, a online community that creates opportunities for women bloggers, will be leading a talk entitled: What Women Want: How Candidates and Companies Hurt and Help Themselves with Women Today

This discussion will focus on the ways in which those who use social media, including blogging, have connected with women-a usually overlooked presence online and how they have missed the boat.
This event is organized and sponsored by the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School as a part of their year-long 10th anniversary celebration. For more information about the Berkman Center, please visit: http://cyber.law.harv...

EVENT INFORMATION:
Thursday, March 20, 6:00 PM
Austin West Classroom, Austin Hall
Harvard Law School
No RSVP required
Map:
http://map.harvard.ed...

This event is free to the public.

Afterwards we can head to the Cambridge Common restaurant for some good food, drink and discussion.

More information about the event can be found here:
http://cyber.law.harv...


BlogHer holds an annual conference and is organizing a "Reach Out Tour, which includes Boston as one of its stops. More information about BlogHer can be found at: http://www.blogher.co...

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  • Emma

    It was great that Liz Stone took time to come to Cambridge and talk about blogging and politics. I am glad that blogher gives women a voice, and that it is not just for women. I also can't believe that the candidates would not be interviewed by a community of intelligent women who will cast a vote for one of them this year but will take time to go on "The Daily Show" and "SNL"-great shows but it's a distrubing commentary on life today.

    March 21, 2008

  • Mike B.

    Ms. Smith surprised me by revealing that none of the Presidential candidates would agree to a BlogHer video interview. That's 8 million readers they blew off.

    March 20, 2008

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