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Here’s some notable coverage of day one at the Conservative Political Action Convention.
Kevin McCullough has a roundup of the bloggers who appeared on his radio show with links to the audio replays.
Sean Hackbarth notes that bloggers meet-ups can be conducted under Chatham House Rules. As I did not attend I’m not duty bound to keep secret the fact that someone might have missed the early morning actives at CPAC (early morning being anything before noon)…
Matt Margolis audio blogged the blogger breakfast with the Swift Boat Vets.
La Shawn Barber and Patrick Hynes discover that a cold pita is gourmet food for convention bloggers. Patrick then has one of the many “what is a blog” conversations of the day.
I’m proud to say I dragged Townhall’s C-Log into the modern age of blogging by working with Ryan Zempel to get the RSS feed [RSS] for C-Log running. I imagine they will keep it running from here on out which is good news for newsreader junkies. The Townhall posts are now part of the CPACBloggers.com feed.
Robin Burk covers the Karl Rove speech.
Karol Sheinen flatters me…
Ana Marie Cox couldn’t be torn away from gay sex news about Jeff Gannon to join us.
Bryan Preston catches one of the absolute funniest John Kerry stories EVER from the Swifties.
Erick Ericson was on MSNBC this evening.
Chris Nolan notes that it is a very young crowd, belying stereotypes.
Robert Cox shares some tidbits from the day.
Ryan Sagar is giving two random attendees their fifteen minutes of blog fame.
James Joyner wraps up the day one coverage with thoughts on Dick Cheney’s speech and the session overall.
That’s a wrap!