March Blogger Meetup Links

These are a few of the fine folks that were at the rather huge blogger/​podcasting mee­tup. The list is in­com­plete, as some peo­ple might’ve signed up af­ter I left. If I mis­spelled your name I apol­o­gize.

Mike Baker @ Cleveland Yucks
Tim Bakke @ Geek Zen
Will Kessel @ Collision Bend
Bruce Kratofil @ Bugblog
Chas Rich @ Sardonic Views
Tim Russo @ Democracy Guy
Lori Kozey @ Virtual Lori
Jim Fisher @ Wazopia
Rob Walch @ Podcast 411
Kurtiss Hare @ Kurtiss​.org
Martha Lattie @ Your Daily Art
Jerry Ritcey @ Red Wheelbarrow
Bill Callahan @ Cleveland Diary
John Ettorre @ Working with Words
George Nemeth @ Brewed Fresh Daily
Adam Harvey @ Organic Mechanic
Daniella @ American Pink Collar
Nate Paige @ Pop Life
Steve Fitzgerald @ Lakewood Life & Lakewood Buzz
Bob Rhubart @ Bob Rhubart’s Weblog

If you were there and I missed you, let me know and I’ll add you to the list. I’ll post a re­cap of our small group dis­cus­sion to­mor­row.

12 thoughts on “March Blogger Meetup Links

  1. Adam,

    I par­tic­i­pat­ed in the same dis­cus­sion group as your­self and I re­al­ly en­joyed the open mind­ed at­mos­phere. People were very gen­er­ous with their ideas. Voltaire would have felt right at home.

    I start­ed to read your Blog and loved the links, the Moslem sto­ry stirred a deep sym­pa­thy with­in my­self for the young wom­en who must wear the scar­fes and project to­tal­i­tar­i­an faith in a sys­tem that en­slaves them.
    The Rapture such a dan­ger­ous tool to use. I know that they are do­ing what they can to sur­vive and that I can not judge their sit­u­a­tion but how many gen­er­a­tions must live through the same ghet­to be­fore some­one leads them on a new path?

  2. Hey Adam,

    Long time no speak. When I say ‘long time’ I mean a re­al­ly freak­ing long time. Where you liv­ing the­se days, what are you up to?

    I fig­ured I’d drop you a line. I sus­pect you’re hang­ing your hat east side the­se days and I find my self spend­ing an in­creas­ing­ly large amount of time out that way, so you should drop me a line.

    I’ve been get­ting in­to the po­et­ry scene a bit. Testing the wa­ters, read­ing oc­ca­sion­al­ly, but most­ly just lis­ten­ing and con­sum­ing un­healthy amounts of cof­fee.

    That’s about it, lem­me know what’s up and may­be we can kick it some­time.

    -Nate

  3. I’ve added you Steve [sor­ry I for­got!] and you as well Daniella. I’m glad you man­aged to track my blog down. Thanks for the com­pli­ments.

    Wassup Nate, I’m liv­ing in Tremont and not do­ing much oth­er than try­ing to pay off my cred­it card. You’ll have to tell me when you’ve got a po­et­ry read­ing. I’ll come snap my fin­gers at you.

  4. Thanks for the list, Adam, and for fa­cil­i­tat­ing a live­ly dis­cus­sion. I hope oth­ers weigh in with their con­tact in­fo. What a great crowd.

  5. I en­joyed the dis­cus­sion and on­ly wished it might have been con­tin­ued. It’s so re­fresh­ing to en­gage smart folks. 🙂

  6. Hey, just want­ed to say thanks for com­ing out, I re­al­ly want to do this more of­ten!

    David Lay
    Organizer, Cleveland Podcasting Meetup Group

  7. Hey Adam, I was over fa­cil­i­tat­ing in the oth­er cor­ner of the room with cleve​land​.com and blog­gers, and I wished spon­ta­neous cloning was re­al­i­ty so I could be in your cor­ner, too. David, great to meet you and share the Lakewood ride. BTW, George Nemeth has al­ready sched­uled the next blog­ger mee­tup for April 20. Detail on the Meetup site.

    All the Best,
    Steve FitzGerald
    Lakewood Life blog­ger
    LakewoodBuzz​.com pub­lish­er

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