Blogging at Davos

Loïc Le Meur, head blogger of U-Blog, on blogging at Davos:

I have recorded in MPEG the panel and was about to video blog it but I am checking with the WEF if that is OK. In fact, there are many sessions in Davos where only selected journalists can go (some where no journalists can go) so that discussions can remain quite confidential within an industry and participants can openly express themselves.

I bet that bloggers will soon join journalists in their ban from certain sessions! Wait for the "do you have a weblog?" question in future registration forms.

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Thanks for your post, François. Actually. I had a meeting today with the WEF exactly about that and they like blogging as much as they take it seriously.

We will soon have rooms showing "NO BLOGGING" I agree ;=)

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