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Like many in the blogosphere, I’m heading to Boston this weekend for BloggerCon. My posts on the site have been light because I’ve been spending more time reading and thinking about how I would contribute. While I do plan to take advantage of a 3 hour trip on the Acela to work on a longer entry, I have a few thoughts that I wanted to outline now. The conference program is fascinating and has forced me to think about which session I wanted to attend. It’s a hard choice when all of them seem so interesting. For example, how do you decide between going to the “Vision from Users” and the “What is Journalism?” session. And that’s just for the first hour. I’ve decided that the longer entry I do tonight will somewhat dictate which sessions I’ll attend based on what came out. The rough outline of my entry will focus on blogs and/as business. Jeff Jarvis has created an interesting wiki on the very subject. It sparked a lot of thought that I now need to commit to a long entry. For example, what are the difference between blogging and other types of content publishing? Is there an impact…Read More