I didn't know quite how to sum this up in the title, but with a little more space in the post I can do better. Blog Business Summit starts on Wednesday, the fun actually starts on Tuesday when a bunch of us speakers and folks are going out to dinner together (always a blog-able moment or two there). As I'm covering the conference next week, I'd like to know what kind of posts you'd like to see. When I conference blog I typically write three kinds of posts. First is the live post. I write and post and update as the talk goes on. Might be interesting if you want to hang out on this blog and refresh every couple of minutes. The second is writing during the whole talk, but not posting until the talk is done. The third is the end of the day wrap up post. Something that recaps the whole day and maybe finds a common thread or two in the whole day. Whether you like it or not you're getting the third kind. That's just part of good conference blogging. For each session ... I'm leaning towards the second type, unless there is some amazing breaking news that I just want to scoop before anyone else.
How's that sound to you?