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And it doesn’t stop with just our medblogging track.

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Think the blogosphere is huge? We’ve barely started.

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As for me? My goal is to meet my blog father, ladies viagra Hugh Hewitt.

I’m the blogdaughter he didn’t know he had.

Any other questions? Send them to me and I’ll answer them as they come in.

If you are still wondering if you should make the trek to Las Vegas…

Do it.

Trust me.

It is so worth it!

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2 Comments

  • Kim
    Kim

    March 31, 2009 at 1:34 pm

    Which panel will you be speaking on? I look forward to my first BlogHer this year!


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