Not everybody knows that, before we were married, Mr. Right-Click’s online moniker was The Dirty Rotten Cat Lover. This is because my husband is a dirty rotten cat lover and if you know a dirty rotten cat lover, then I don’t care what they’ve told you: they are just not like the rest of us. […]
A recent AdWeek article (hat tip: Mir) cites a study done by eMarketer that defined mommybloggers (for the purposes of defining ad verticals, that is) as “adult female Internet users with children under 18 in the household who write blogs about any subject at least monthly.” The total number of “mommybloggers” by this definition — […]
One evening this past weekend, while I was at BlogWorld 2010, I was wandering around the casino and lobby of the new(ish) Aria hotel in Las Vegas and happened upon the Jean Philippe Patisserie. Now, I didn’t eat any of these bakery items, so I have no idea if they taste good or not. And […]
5 Tips Other Blogging Conferences Should Take From BlogWorld Expo, Plus 3 Areas In Which I Am Hoping To See Some Improvement Next Year
I spent the past few days at BlogWorld and New Media Expo 2010 in Las Vegas, a blogging conference that is billed as the largest social media conference in the world. (Disclosure: I was given a full access conference pass (value: $1195) and airfare from Los Angeles to Las Vegas (value of about $300) in […]
“I cannot believe nobody has heard of me here.” — Mommyblogger to unnamed vendor. Q: “How are you?” Answer: “Drrrrunk.” — Miss Britt. “Leta refuses to be a part of the website.” [Yes that Leta.] “She’s not an A-lister. Nobody gets to be an A-lister until I say they are an A-lister.” — [This was […]
This is not my definitive post on BlogWorld Expo 2010. It is only the second day, and I can already tell you that the conference is very well-run, and that I’ve seen things implemented here that are exemplary from an organizational standpoint and from the perspective of ensuring that the population’s needs are being met. […]
This is definitely not something I will be buying, but I have it on good authority that there are actually places in the world where people use and need earmuffs. Therefore, for you people, I have found these peppermint earmuffs. Because, you know, why not? If you are going to wear something so totally lame […]
The first time I remember visiting Las Vegas, I was about to go into eighth grade. I was really into U2’s The Joshua Tree, which was oddly appropriate for the family driving vacation my family was taking that summer across the Southwestern United States. An early stop was to be in Las Vegas, and I […]
Kind of a cute idea for a pouch from Kate Spade, but a little expensive at $95.
Am I afraid to dress my preschooler in rain boots that look like dinosaurs? No, I am most certainly not afraid. I figure I have one, maybe two more years left of this, tops.