How do you volunteers do it?
You’ve got day jobs and other things in your life you’ve got to contend with, and you still turn up and run the show like you’ve done Bloggers’ Conferences all your lives. Damned good lor!
Next time got international bloggers’ conferences, you all have to volunteer again.
I was so excited about the whole thing, I didn’t know what to say to so many people who came, chatted, and went and chatted with other bloggers.
Plus I did so little for the Conference, I feel terribly guilty. All I did was call Mindef to activate Daryl so I could take over the legal panel’s segment, which was the best fun I’ve had in public in a long time. (Last time was when I had to take a dump on a traffic island in Loyang because there were no toilets to be found. Sorry, bougainvillea cluster, you been browned.)
And what about Robert Goh being outed? Thank you Sunday Times! Anonymininity is for cowards! We are gonna run photographs of press reporters queueing to interview bloggers!
So hor, since I’m so late (as usual) in writing about Bloggers.SG, I’ll stop here now. Dowan people to call me Channel Newslater.
Now, back to real life in meatspace and its attendant stuff to blog about.
TODAY: Chip off the blog, 20 July 2005
And, oh, to meet bloggers whose faces we’ve not known in real life, now that was a treat. Blogger Sarong Party Girl (www.sarongpartygirl.blogspot.com) turned up after the Sunday Times reporters left, which is a pity. Because, if they had stayed on, they might have had the chance to witness that the Sarong Party Girl without her sarong is still pretty much a Party Girl.
Read more here.
P.S. Thank you Serene and Melissa for a fine job in Digital Life’s coverage of the Con. Sunday Times people, learn from them can?
Sometime Other Than Now from the album “Slow Turning” by John Hiatt