Jason Hart was the last blogger I interviewed at Blogcon Charlotte: The full field guide is here.
Matthew Boyle is a writer for the Daily Caller You can find the full field guide here.
This field guide actually starts with the return of one of my traveling fedoras from Cheryl Prater: And as the nature of life is, the return of one Fedora means the loaning of another: You can find the complete field guide here.
The latest entry of the Field guide to bloggers is Deneen Borelli author of Blacklash: You can buy her book here, the full field guide is here.
Charlotte Reminded me of home while taking the bus from the airport it was very green, lot of trees. $1.75 from the airport to the center of town two blocks from the Hotel is a really good deal. One of the disadvantages of being without a car is you can't scout around for a local … Continue reading Random Blogcon Charlotte Thoughts
With the death of Andrew Breitbart there is no blogger more feared on the right by Media Matters and those who do their bidding than Dana Loesch: She laughed at my description of her but there is a reason the MSM wants her gone and these people will not stop their attacks until she is. … Continue reading DaTechGuy’s Field Guide to Bloggers Dana Loesch
One of the big moments of Blogcon Charlotte was the screening of the first few acts of "Occupy Exposed" the film Andrew Breitbart and Citizens United made about the Occupy Movement and it's creation as a media phenom by the MSM. It was presented as a tribute to Andrew who had been scheduled to be … Continue reading Steve Bannon talks about “Occupy Unmasked”
One of the most memorable but intelligent debates/disagreements I've ever heard was between Dan Riehl and Stacy McCain on the value of being at an event vs using local bloggers and aggravating them. Dan made a very good argument for letting local bloggers cover and event and aggregating was better pointing out it saved the … Continue reading Why being there matters
The best part of blogcon is meeting local bloggers that you have never met before: In addition to his blog Earl is also in the Frederick Douglas Foundation. He is scheduled to speak at the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Republican Women’s Club on April 25. (That's tomorrow) And of course the full field guide is here
Our Blogcon Radio extravaganza is now available online click here and go through our incredible lineup Including Karen Martin, Andrew Staroska Amelia Hamilton , Kemberlee Kayne Doug Ross, Marquis "Motionn" Campbell Bruce McQuain Jim Geraghty and Katie Pavlich It looks like when Jim moved the mike to Katie's side of the table that's when the … Continue reading DaTechGuy on DaRadio Live from Blogcon Charlotte available
One of the few dark spots of Blogcon Charlotte, other than my simply horrible ten-pin bowling (note to self don't bowl in suit pants if you are afraid of ripping them) was the absence of Robert Stacy McCain who taught me more about reporting in a few road trips than many a person who have … Continue reading Elizabeth Flock go have a sit down with Robert Stacy McCain
One of the pleasures of traveling is visiting new churches in different cities. Saturday just after Blogcon ended I had the pleasure of attending St. Peter's Catholic Church in Charlotte NC. It is the oldest Catholic Church in the city And it's small size reminded me of St. Anthony's before we added the El I … Continue reading St. Peter’s Catholic Church Charlotte NC
Blogcon ended with a combination of Pizza and Bowling or what people outside of Massachusetts call bowling anyway. I regret to say that I did not acquit myself well with the big balls but it was a fun time nonetheless. It's the company that makes the night and I have very good company. Update: Video, … Continue reading Blogcon Pizza Bowl photo gallery
A simple photo comparison: The Breakfast for blogcon bloggers: and the breakfast for the Wells Fargo people 140 feet away Homefires, French Toast and Bacon...mmmmm Bacon! I wonder if I could pass as an investment banker?
For those of you who weren't sure Lady Liberty 1885 was real, Ta Da! The full field guide is here