Sunday, January 20, 2008

Moochas Smoochas...

... to everyone who helped make yesterday's IWOSC blogging seminar such a stimulating event. (I'm still buzzing--what is that?)

Big smack to my co-host Helen Jupiter, who blogs, among other places, at Metroblogging Los Angeles, Jewcy, The Jew & the Carrot, Gridskipper, and occasionally has time to drop by her own personal blog. Helen, you're a pro and a delight!

And then there's the rabble in the pit. A talented and good-looking lot. Now officially added to Rollo's fan base are Judy B. David (freelance copywriter and functional literate), Debra Eckerling (writer calling herself the "Coast Bunny"), LouAnn Savage (who told us about Toksee--heads up!), Congressional candidate Steve Blount (46th District, California), caregiver/counselor Michele A. Nuzzo (MidLife Menu), Matt Emmer, and podcaster professionelle Tracy Pattin (Tracilu Productions). Also familiar faces Robin Quinn, Les Boston, John Seeley, Roberta Edgar, Les Boston, Michael Dwyer, and local celebrity and political rabblerouser Georja Umano.

If I left you out, you are posting as Anonymous!

This event was organized by IWOSC Director of Professional Development (and playwright) Gary Young and moderated by the organization's President (and Hollywood publicist) Flo Selfman.

Hey, let's do this again! (Download handouts from the Hot Links menu above. Slideshow highlights running in the right sidebar.)


Anonymous said...

Gerald, you're such a bloggin' rock star! The IWOSC seminar yesterday was great, and I hope everyone who attended learned something new--I know I did. Now I have to practice what I preach, and get back to regularly updating my own languishing blog.

daboychik said...

You be bizzy babe! Anyone who can earn a living from an armchair has my total respect. Just don't let it get to, ah, solipsistic, know what I mean? ;-]

Anonymous said...

Gerald, thanks for sharing your knowledge, good humor and generous spirit. You made blogging sound easy and painless without all the esoteric jargon. Your handouts and reference lists are golden nuggets to read now and save for posterity. Thanks for giving neophytes like me the tools and inspiration to blog on!