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    [ # ] Video: Blogging to the Chief Program - February 13, 2007
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    [ # 74 ] Pingback from Ankle Biting Pundits » Blog Archive » Watch The Blogger Symposium In Which Pat (And Others) Were Panelists [February 15, 2007, 8:50 pm]

    […] The Dole Institute for Politics has put up a video of the symposium on blogging and politics in which Pat was a panelist.  You can watch the entire symposium by clicking this link.                […]

    [ # 100 ] Pingback from “Blog to the Chief: The Impact of Political Blogs on the 2008 Election” « Blog Campaigning [February 16, 2007, 1:50 am]

    […] These are the words of blog experts Jerome Armstrong; Erick Erickson; Patrick Hynes; Scott Johnson; and Joan Carter according to The University Daily Kansan.The political bloggers participated in a discussion on the role of bloggers in the 2008 as apart of the 2007 Presidential Lectures at the Dole Institute. The lecture can be viewed in its full here. Enjoy! […]

    [ # 122 ] Pingback from Blog World Expo Blog » Blog to the Chief follow up [February 16, 2007, 4:46 am]

    […] Lawrence Bush the facilities and events director at The Dole Institute has posted video of the panel discussion here. […]

    [ # 130 ] Pingback from andreas04: close to attraction [February 16, 2007, 5:57 am]

    […] The event was largely an excuse for the five of us bloggers to navel gaze and for the audience and moderator (Associate Dean of the University’s School of Journalism, David Perlmutter) to put us under the microscope and find out what those bloggers actually are. We spoke to a packed house and were taped by CSPAN (it should show up sometime on their schedule in the next week, and is also available on the Dole Institute’s blog). […]

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