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Blogtalk Downunder » About

Blogtalk Downunder
   May 19-22, Sydney



Filed under: About — James @ 12:17 pm

Based upon and aligned to the BlogTalk European concept (2003, 2004), BlogTalk Downunder aims to provide a forum for researchers, practitioners and bloggers to develop a platform for discussion on the use of weblogs both as a social and technical phenomena. The associated implications will be expected to both inform and enhance research and practice in this multi-disciplinary forum.


* To establish an international alternative destination to European & North American conferences on blogging
* To provide an opportunity for Australasian bloggers to share research and practice
* To develop a forum that enhances research and practice in the use of weblogs

A little about Sydney…

“There’s no place in the world like Sydney” - well, that’s what Tourism New South Wales logo is - and I’m not going to argue!

If you want some tourist information about Sydney and the regional areas I recommend the Tourism NSW site

The weather in May - maximum average temperature 19C, minimum 11C .

May is a glorious autumn month, clear sunny skies (most of the time), very little humidity but getting a little crisp in the evenings as we head into winter!

If you are in areas around the harbour or coastlines the wind off the water makes it a little cooler - always have a light jacket at this time of the year!

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  1. Uses of Blogs

    As an edited collection of scholarly articles by experts and practitioners in their fields, Uses of Blogs offers a broad range of perspectives on current and emerging uses of blogs. While there are considerable connections between many of the theme

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