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March 24, 2009

Digital Moms Panel at Google

After SXSW, it was thrilling to hear that the Digital Moms discussion is continuing. Today I was part of a panel at Google that discussed how we (as moms) perform information research and communicate in the digital world. A team from Kellogg was in town to join in on the discussion.  Here is the panel:

IMG_0043 From left to right: Jill Asher  (Silicon Valley Moms Group) Grace Davis (State of Grace), Beth Blecherman (also of SV Moms Group event & TechMamas),  Megan Calhoun (Twittermoms) and Mindy Roberts (The Mommy Blog).

We sat down before the panel to say hi, and although some of us had never met live - we felt like we knew each other already from online social networking.

I will blog in the next few days with some of the notes I took of the discussion, but for now - off to bed.

But before I go to bed, I want to support my fellow mom blogger Grace Davis (we call her the Queen and now Mother to Rock Stars) and plug her stepkiddo and Fiance's bands: Twilight Sleep and Silversun Pickups (after still feeling the SXSW Music vibe...).


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The digital mom discussion at SXSW was a big standout for me as well - though I'm a dad and a marketing blogger. I shared some lessons that I learned based on what I over heard from those moms in a blog post I called "7 Things Mom Bloggers Want PR People To Know." - http://rohitbhargava.typepad.com/weblog/2009/03/7-things-mom-bloggers-want-to-say-to-pr-people.html

The panel at Google sounds great - I hope they recorded it and choose to publish it as they have with some of their other such talks!

I can't wait to hear more about the panel. What a great group of women!

Wow! women force. I am curious about the google panel of discussion about formation research and communicate in the digital world.thanks for the post.


Blogs are so informative where we get lots of information on any topic. Nice job keep it up!!

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