Blogademia
Tuesday, November 14, 2006
 
Conference Call
Well it's been a while since I went a month without posting. I got very good at updating things. But there have been less developments on the blog front recently, so I've had nothing to say. That is, until now.

Firstly, I have had a paper accepted to another conference. The Australasian Document Computing Symposium is clearly keen to hear about how to look at documents from the perspective of the personality of the author. Not only that, but I'm the final presentation of the single day event, so clearly those who attended the workshop in Melbourne recently were impressed with my performance. It's up in Brisbane in early December, about a week before we fly to the States for Christmas. It should be quite interesting, and it's always good to spread the word of blog further afield. Of course, I should probably tell my co-author...

In other conference news, the deadline is shortly approaching for the inaugural International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media. This is being held in Boulder in late March and the deadline is December 8, right before the conference in Brisbane actually. Now any blogademic worth his salt will be there, so I highly encourage submission. That said, I really ought to get back to working on mine.


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